With heaps of conflicting information flying at you on the ins and outs of what makes a perfect final year - it can be hard to decide what is best for you.
Whether we like it or not, life is a game ... as is work and our careers. We often think that games are trivial or that they rely on luck so we are hesitant to think about something as serious as our life as one.
How much of our lives do we spend acting out a script that someone else has written? Working towards the ending that we think we should have? Are we actually in charge of our own destiny, or are we simply reading someone else’s lines?
Hopefully by now you've realised that there is no right or wrong way to find your feet during your career journey. Lisa and I both have different stories, so we decided we would politely argue our points of view on goal setting.
Hopefully by acing your days with the zen of a yogi, patience of a teacher and determination of a body-builder: we can ensure that when Friday swings around, we’re not sipping on espresso martinis because of #stress but we’re celebrating #success.
Have you met The Borings? They are those annoying tasks and unexciting things you need to learn now, that won’t be part of University life … I’m talking about your finances and legal rights. Whilst boring, they are critical.
How many times have you found yourself getting ready for an exam or another significant activity and you get to a crucial point where you have to accept that you are unprepared? Like really unprepared.
People who lack grit will often bounce from project to project without following through. But you’re different, you finished a whole degree! You have grit, and lots of it.
We can see a strong message emanating from our content and our live events ... JUST SAY YES. Today, in October 2017, YES takes on an even stronger meaning. Its a nod to equality, to love, to family, to respect, to dignity - to a better Australia.
The funny thing about opportunities is that they are rarely served up on a silver platter complete with a full list of pro’s and cons. You need to see them, recognize them and grab them.