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Your first job is finding a job
Get in the driver’s seat
First impressions create lasting impressions
Timing is everything
Proofread every document
Be willing to make the coffee
You are a product; market yourself
Neatness counts; get organized and stay organized
Under-promise and over-deliver
Don’t sleep on the job
Ask questions; don’t assume anything
Turn off your cell phone
Give yourself a voice over
Drop the um and ah; ya know what I mean?
Watch your tone when you’re on the phone
Apologize; you can’t always be right
Emailmatters@work; don’t leave a trail of bad e-mail
Say what you mean and mean what you say
Power up your presentation skills
Please and thank you are powerful words
Expand your vocabulary
Master the art of SMALL TALK
If you wouldn’t say it to someone’s face, don’t say it
Always send a thank-you note
Remember this f—r letter word—DON’T!
Be a lifelong learner
Follow your heart
Do the work you love and love the work you do
Everything takes time
Be yourself; you are enough
Act confidently—even when you’re not
Be a successful student of your own failure
Get rid of the chewing gum
Dress for the position you want
Take responsibility for yourself and your relationships
Show up for events; your presence matters
The company party is not a party
Always have your business card with you
Never go to a business event hungry
Be friendly, but don’t be a flirt
Mind your manners
Balance screen time with face time
Look for similarities, not differences
Bring out the best in others
Show your appreciation
Get in shape and stay in shape
Eat to live; don’t live to eat
Deal with problems
Set aside time for yourself
Avoid toxic people and environments
Smoke and booze; you lose
Learn how to de-stress
Turn off the lights
Guard your shadow; it follows you wherever you go
Be your own best friend
Trust your instincts
Get a tetanus shot
Invest in your future
Make someone’s day
Believe in yourself
Consider yourself fortunate
Look on the bright side
Don’t take rejection personally
Respond; don’t overreact
Learn to laugh at yourself
Change is inevitable; misery is optional
Sometimes you have to let go
Put on a happy face
put on a happy face
Learn to give and receive compliments
Be a cheerleader for yourself and others
Make a difference
Cross the finish line
Never give up on your dreams
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101 Tips for Graduates

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