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Liz Wessel
I love helping people get hired. Cofounder/CEO . & alum. I ❤️ travel, boardgames, my 🐶 Trooper, tech &politics.
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Liz Wessel 10h
I love how this article highlights just how non-linear a career path can be in 2020.
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Liz Wessel Jan 20
Approx 92% of my household questions to Alexa that aren't asking for the time, weather, or news start with "Alexa, can dogs eat _____."
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Alexandr Wang Jan 18
There's nothing quite like the magic of a small team, perfectly aligned in accomplishing the slightly impossible. It is electrifying, inspiring, and surprising every time. Don't take this magic for granted if you're on such a team today. It is very rare—most never experience it
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Liz Wessel Jan 18
your systems are down & I understand if the customer support reps are annoyed about it, but I just experienced one of the ruder Customer Service experiences I’ve had (from a chase call center employee). Is there another way to get help since your systems appear to be down?
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Liz Wessel Jan 18
Replying to @zsims
In!!!!!!!!!!!
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Liz Wessel Jan 18
Replying to @CesarKuriyama
I think I would have thrown up
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Liz Wessel Jan 17
Loved it! I hear great things about Orange too
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Liz Wessel Jan 17
Replying to @YasminRazavi
Definitely doing that next time
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Liz Wessel Jan 17
About to go into my first Barry’s Bootcamp and I haven’t felt this nervous in a long time .... 😬😬
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Stefan Rahmstorf Jan 15
Greta and George, the best short video of 2019
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Liz Wessel Jan 16
Love love that the did this
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Kyle Tibbitts Jan 14
This from ’s book has been stuck in my mind for a week👇 A startup’s comparative advantage is speed. But lack of trust creates massive friction. So startups virtually eliminate their edge if they don't build trust—with customers/each other—into their DNA from day one.
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Cameron Fontana Jan 13
To be honest I’ve never really been invested in any of the Royal Family news.... but this is unbelievable. —— 20 Headlines Comparing Meghan Markle To Kate Middleton That Might Show Why She And Prince Harry Are Cutting Off Royal Reporters via
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🧑🏻‍💻☕️ Jan 12
👩‍💻Number of Americans working from home fulltime has nearly tripled over past 20 years, and trend is accelerating 📈
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Liz Wessel Jan 9
I’m not crying — you’re crying
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Liz Wessel Jan 9
That feeling when you have a call with a client and they tell you about how "phenomenal" your team and product are, and that it blows away every competitor -- because theyve tried them all. And ends with talking about an upsell :)
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The New York Times Jan 2
Breaking News: The U.S. confirmed it was behind the strike that killed the powerful Iranian commander Qassim Suleimani, a major escalation in a conflict with Iran
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Yashar Ali 🐘 Jan 2
Replying to @yashar
12. But killing Soleimani is not like killing the head of a terrorist org. It's like killing the head of a terrorist organization and a head of state. You have to treat it as such and the US has not DIRECTLY engaged in assassinations on that level in decades.
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Yashar Ali 🐘 Jan 2
Replying to @yashar
2. I can't understate how major this is. Not just a moment in US-Iran relations, but a major global event. People comparing this to killing Osama Bin Laden don't know what they're talking about. This is way more significant. Equivalent to another country killing US Vice-President
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Liz Wessel Jan 1
I never do mileage runs because I feel like I usually hear the worst stories when ppl do... but this is another level.
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