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CMU NSLS Nov 7
4 ways to participate: 1. Trivia question win a $250 gift card! Adam grant hosted a podcast about better work, what’s the name of the broadcast?
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The NSLS Nov 13
And what would be without a little kindness of our own! We have a handful of SIGNED posters ready to give away to members. RT and comment with your biggest takeaway from Dr. Oz's broadcast for a chance to win. Tag your tweets with !
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From the Speaker Broadcast this morning, stated "asking for advice". Such a simple concept, but powerful point. Many individuals think that asking for advice is a sign of weakness, but indeed will benefit them in their career path and networking skills.
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manju gurung Nov 6
I’m amazing and that is power
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Abby Ensslen Nov 7
advocacy for the little person is important. Give some people a chance and they might shock you. Abby Ensslen, Albright College
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Em 7h
Adam Grant was a junior Olympian in springboard diving. (Walden University)
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Project Stella TRC 2h
These are great reminders that I will continue to have posted on my desk long after conference. Today the focus is on "How can I help someone else be successful?" Comment with…
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Calicomewhatmay Nov 7
- I imagine being the youngest tenured professor at Wharton was no small feat. What do you attribute most of your success to and how do you maintain your passion and drive? -Michelle Gutting from
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Cynthia Wilson 4h
The podcast is Worklife with Adam Grant. Cynthia Wilson Eastern Michigan University
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Anne Regan 20h
it takes 10-20 exposures to recognize something! Good to know!
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Anamarie Valdivia Nov 7
How did you find yourself?
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Stacy Harris Nov 10
My favorite professor told us people are either like dandelions or orchids. Orchids are high maintenance while dandelions will thrive anywhere in any circumstance. Remembering this inspires me to keep working as a leader, even when people try to tear me down.
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CMU NSLS Nov 7
Top 4 list according to : 1. Put your worst foot forward 2. Make the unfamiliar familiar 3. Build a challenge network 4. Ask for advice
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Emily McKee Nov 10
I’m at RLR and we were asked what inspired us to lead. The moment I became inspired is when three students from my highschool killed themselves, two of them being my brothers friends, and I knew I needed to make a change. So that’s what I’m doing now.
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nick sefick Nov 7
Adam Grant participated in Spring board diving
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Faith Fagan 21h
Love when Dr. Oz said, "If you can use your mind to be the healing force that it can be, it'll take you to heights unparalleded." Every morning I think of a positive thought before getting out of bed. Thank you Dr. Oz ❤ ! @nsls_pittcc
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Patrick Satta 19h
"You don't win by yourself."
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Anne Regan 20h
Take an unfamiliar idea and make it familiar
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