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  • How to Make the Most out of your Mistakes

    By:
    Jason Wong
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    Mar 8, 2016

    Mistakes are a fact of life; odds are you will make your fair share of them during your career. The important thing to keep in mind is that any mistake you make is an opportunity to learn and improve, and come out stronger for the experience. So how do you make the most out of your mistakes? Here are three tips from the Harvard Business Review to think about when you stumble, or to avoid stumbling in the first place:

  • Five Behaviors to Avoid as an Entrepreneur

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    Jason Wong
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    Mar 1, 2016

    Earning your CPA can open a lot of doors for your future career, and one of those options is to be your own boss by starting your own practice. Not all of doing so is passing the CPA exam; you’ll also need to brush up on your entrepreneurial skills, of which attitude and behavior are essential to success. Here are five behaviors to avoid from Entrepreneur to help you pave the way to your own successful practice:

  • Three Questions to Think About When Revising Your Resume

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    Jason Wong
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    Feb 26, 2016

    Your resume is the first thing that a potential employer is likely to look at. What they’re looking for is evidence that you can do the job that they’re hiring for, and no amount of great personality is going to land you the job if your resume doesn’t hit the points they’re looking for. Your resume shouldn’t just be a laundry list of your professional accomplishments that you add to every time you change jobs. Here are three questions from Forbes to ask yourself when revising your resume:

  • How to Endure a Social Media Disaster

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    Jason Wong
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    Feb 19, 2016

    Social media has taken the world by storm; so much so that social media positions exist in companies across all kinds of different industries. The benefits of a good social media team are invaluable. But everyone has heard of Twitter feuds and other social media mistakes that have cost celebrities and companies dearly. The same holds true for your own social media. So what do you do if a friend posts a less-than-professional picture of you, or something less than politically correct ends up next to your name? Here are three big steps from Time on how to survive:

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