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Fresh New Start? Not So Fast!

Fresh New Start? Not So Fast!

Why start off the year feeling guilty about stuff you had the best of intentions of tackling, but just didn’t get to.

Once you get back into the groove of normal work and life mode, all these seemingly little things start to slip out of focus and right off the priority list. So, I just wanted to give you one more chance to clean the slate. Let’s give ourselves the best possible chance to get a running start on the year and make some significant strides here in the first few weeks. Can’t do that with old baggage hanging around! So clear it out once and for all!

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Back From Brazil

Back From Brazil

Over the past four days, I stole away for a long weekend in South America, a continent I’d never seen, but had always yearned to see. I know four days sounds crazy for a trip like this, but as my aunt Joan used to tell me “at least you’ve seen it and if you like it, you can always go back.” Not only did I see it, but I fell in love with it.

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May You Live to 120 Years Old

May You Live to 120 Years Old

Today was one of those days I’ll remember the rest of my life. Sad, profound and reinforcing of what’s really truly important all at once. This morning, we said goodbye to someone very special.

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Get Your Own Conference Hangover!

Get Your Own Conference Hangover!

I encourage anyone serious about building their career to aim to achieve a conference hangover of your own. Let me show you how …

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Direct From Jen: What Freedom Means to Me

Direct From Jen: What Freedom Means to Me

Having been glued to the media and twitter streams reporting on the fight for fair elections in Iran these past few weeks, our “Independence Day” celebrated on the 4th of July here in the US, felt a little different to me this year. While our troops have been fighting to protect our freedom abroad for years now, I guess this convergence of events has had me thinking a lot lately about what it means to be free.

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Note From Jen Kushell

Note From Jen Kushell

After the non-stop madness that is our typical schedule here at YSN, getting any time to have a normal life is tough sometimes. For any of you building a business of your own, juggling a family, or relentlessly pursuing your passion…you know what I mean. It’s amazing to see…

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Young Idealism Leads to Success

Young Idealism Leads to Success

“Being a successful entrepreneur also means getting comfortable with failure, says Kushell. As a business person you’re bound to make mistakes, but every mistake teaches you something. It’s important to get past the fear and take the first step toward starting your business.”

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Vegas Baby!

Vegas Baby!

So I’m happy to report that the workaholic in me finally took a little break after speaking at the NACE (career center and college recruiting) conference in Las Vegas last week. After presenting one of my favorite topics on the massive communication gap between students and recruiters, it was a nice treat to get a chance to enjoy the best of what the city has to offer.

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Jen Kushell on Circles of Change Radio Show

Jen Kushell on Circles of Change Radio Show

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Jen Kushell – One of the Top 50 Leaders Young Entrepreneurs MUST Follow on Twitter

Jen Kushell – One of the Top 50 Leaders Young Entrepreneurs MUST Follow on Twitter

YSN’s career expert Jen Kushell, @ysnjen, was just named one of the top 50 people to follow on Twitter for young entrepreneurs according to BradleyWill.com. To see the full list of experts in branding, coaching, entrepreneurship and more check out the full article.

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Note From Jen Kushell

Note From Jen Kushell

Hey Everyone. My apologies for disappearing for a little bit. I love you all and was really missing our weekly little updates! Those who have been following me or YSN for a while know how passionate I am about the work we do. And I promise you’ll be hearing from me a lot more now too.

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