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As students cap off their high school careers, they, and everyone else, should take this advice to heart.
Why you should stop chasing the perfect job and start creating it.
Tim Cook gave the commencement address at George Washington University, invoking the importance of values, changing the world, and Steve Jobs.
When you're an entrepreneur, every penny counts. Recent grads looking to launch their own businesses can save a little money -- and still have a life -- by getting deals on everything from computers to movie tickets.
Somewhere among your family, friends, Facebook friends and friends of friends you'll find the people who will help you launch your career.
Control What You Can
With the holiday season behind us, our body may still be recuperating. Here is how to overcome the holiday hangover.
To ensure your career doesn't hit a dead end, make sure you anticipate industry moves and catch the next big wave.
Microsoft's recently departed CEO and the soon-to-be owner of the LA Clippers shared his own life advice with the graduates at the University of Washington.
Sacramento, CA's Tanishq Abraham joined Mensa at age four and expects to graduate from college by 12 or 13.
"You can fail at what you don't want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love."
The former New York City mayor chastised college students across the country for censoring conservative voices.
'I'm talking to anyone who has been dumped,' the recently fired executive editor of The New York Times told Wake Forest grads. 'When that happens, show what you are made of.'
While being an entrepreneur can be thought of as a sexy career path, it can be tough. To test the waters, start out freelancing.
Figure out what you care about, what brings you joy and what drives you, Shaich told Clark University graduates. The rest will come.
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