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  • Three Tips to Making a Good First Impression

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    Jason Wong
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    May 25, 2016

    Throughout your professional career, you’ll be meeting a lot of people for the first time, whether it’s for a job interview, a networking conference, or a big client meeting. And as you know, it’s important that that first meeting is one where you come off as well as you possibly can. Here are three tips from Time on how to nail a positive first impression:

  • How to Make Your Mornings Less Painful

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    Jason Wong
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    May 24, 2016

    If you’re not a morning person, waking up to the sound of your alarm clock is probably one of the most painful parts of your day. A bad start to the day can mean less productivity, or just be the first of many things that will be colored unpleasant due to that bad start. Here are a couple tips from Inc on how to make your mornings less of a chore:

  • Three Excuses You Should Stop Making for Not Negotiating Your Salary

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    Jason Wong
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    May 20, 2016

    Negotiating for a higher salary can obviously result in big, long-term benefits, so why don’t more people do it? More importantly for you, why aren’t you doing it? If it’s a lack of preparedness, then you know what to do. But if you are prepared and have good reasons to ask for more compensation, but you’re still holding off, it’s time to examine why. Here are the three most common excuses for not going for it from the Harvard Business Review, why you make them, and how you can overcome them:

  • Three Behaviors to Avoid in Meetings

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    Jason Wong
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    May 18, 2016

    Meetings are a fact of life for most professions, and accountancy is no different. Before your first “real job” though, your only exposure to a meeting-like environment is likely to be the numerous group projects you did in high school and college with people you didn’t know well. Meetings in your professional life will be with people you interact with everyday, and you’ll likely have more on the line than a grade. You may have picked up a few bad habits in high school and college – here are three behaviors from The Daily Muse you should cut out:

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