"I SAY SELF-MADE, MEANIN' I DESIGNED MYSELF"

Nipsey Hussle, Grindin' All My Life (Victory Lap)

October 23, 2017

How many of you would say that time is money?

I mean, throughout our lives that is all they say: TIME IS MONEY.

But guess what? They lied.

Time is NOT money. 

Rather, time is much more valuable than money will ever be

When you waste your money, you can easily get that money back. When you waste your time, it is gone forever.

The number one skill that succes...

September 25, 2017

MASTERING THE ART OF LETTING GO

It is Monday, and the start of an amazing week that we have ahead of us. I challenge you to evaluate the people and things in your life that you are working to let go of, but yet you keep holding on to.

What does that person or thing bring you, that you feel you cannot find somewhere else? Is holding on bringing you more happ...

September 14, 2017

You deserve every blessing that you have received in your life. 

You deserve it, because you've worked for it.

You've put in the sweat, the tears, and the time to be exactly where you are. So don't cut yourself short.

There's this concept known as the
impostor syndrome. To put it plainly, those who suffer from impostor syndrome believe that every grasp...

September 6, 2017

Achea Redd is the owner and C.E.O. of Real Girls F.A.R.T., an organization that strives to empower and support women. RGF helps to foster healthy relationships between males and females and create an environment that continues to push us all forward. Additionally, this organization is meant to serve as a support network that encourages and empowers women...

August 29, 2017

So you didn't get the return offer from your summer internship? Or maybe you did, but you are looking to keep your options open.

Either way, sooner or later, you will have tackle your #careerfair woes.

Check out these #tips that helped me receive offers from companies such as Nielsen, Protiviti, EY, and Accenture:

(1) It ALL begins with confidence.

The aur...

August 23, 2017

Success is never final, #failure is never fatal.

Just as quickly as you rose to the top, is just as quickly as you can fall to the bottom. 

If you are in a place in life that you would consider "the bottom" or complete failure, you have 100% control over changing your position.

When I began my undergraduate journey, I would work extremely hard - all nighters...

August 9, 2017

I waited two years to apply to Accenture. I didn’t trust myself. 

I felt like I wasn’t ready. And to be honest, I wasn’t.

I had no case experience, I didn’t have any contacts at the company, and I could barely confidently speak in front of a small group of people.

But I used those two years to #PREPARE. I used those two years to gain case experience. To #net...

August 4, 2017

So you’re gearing up for your first year of college — and I’m sure you have this feeling of excitement, yet nervousness for what lies ahead. Before I give you any advice, understand this:

“You are about the enter the most growing, exhilarating, and difficult time of your life.”

You will change within these next four years more than you have changed througho...

July 22, 2017

I remember being around 11 or 12 years old. And growing up, it took me a lot of time to find myself, to learn my place within this world. As an adolescent, I wanted friends. So I would do things to make others like me. At times, things that I didn’t necessarily want to do, but I did it because it was what “everyone” was doing.

You know that phrase your mom...

July 2, 2017

Growing up, I hated public speaking.

No, really.. I HATED IT.

When I was a child, I had a terrible stuttering problem. Even in casual conversations, I would constantly stutter. There were times I was completely terrified of reading aloud because I didn’t know whether or not I would even get through the paragraph, let alone the first sentence. After a while...

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