Diese Präsentation wurde erfolgreich gemeldet.
Wir verwenden Ihre LinkedIn Profilangaben und Informationen zu Ihren Aktivitäten, um Anzeigen zu personalisieren und Ihnen relevantere Inhalte anzuzeigen. Sie können Ihre Anzeigeneinstellungen jederzeit ändern.
Advice from those
who’ve been there,
done that.
If I Were 22
Ever wish you could
travel in time to get
advice from your
future self?
Well, since time travel is still
impossible (for now anyway),
we’ve rounded up a few tips
from some of our colleagues
who’...
Don’t play it safe.Go to the
college across the country.
Start the business with your
friend. Don’t take the first
job off...
Be kind. You don’t
have to be a tough
cookie all the time.
Jill Leonard, Director, Global Talent Acquisitions
Don’t jump into a
career; wait until that
career finds you.
Jay Neill, VP, Digital Product and Platform Development
Enjoy your year of
traveling as it will be
the best year of your
life and will give you
more experience
than any job could...
You cannot afford
to live in NYC.
Jennifer Webb, Senior Brand Manager, Dummies B2B
Don’t rush to be a
“grown up.” Take time
to enjoy life and find
out who you are before
you get bogged down
with responsibi...
Never say “no” to an
assignment, and never be
afraid to ask “why?” or for
help. That learning also
comes from reading from...
There will come a time
when you want to give up,
so surround yourself with
people who encourage your
dreams and won’t let ...
Chill and live a little.
(I’m currently a 23-year-old, so...)
Keren Mulia, Marketing Executive
You don’t have to have
all the answers before
you try something new.
People will help along the
way. All you have to do is...
Finding your way in life can be hard, but
with a little helpful advice from those
who’ve been there before, you can get a
...
Nächste SlideShare
Wird geladen in …5
×

If I Were 22: Advice from those who've been there, done that

680 Aufrufe

Veröffentlicht am

Are you a twentysomething wondering what to do with your life? Are you unsure of your path or whether or not you should take a chance on something new? Get great advice on the challenges facing twenty somethings today with a few words of wisdom from those who've been there before.

  • Loggen Sie sich ein, um Kommentare anzuzeigen.

  • Gehören Sie zu den Ersten, denen das gefällt!

If I Were 22: Advice from those who've been there, done that

  1. 1. Advice from those who’ve been there, done that. If I Were 22
  2. 2. Ever wish you could travel in time to get advice from your future self?
  3. 3. Well, since time travel is still impossible (for now anyway), we’ve rounded up a few tips from some of our colleagues who’ve been in your shoes. See what they wish they had known at 22.
  4. 4. Don’t play it safe.Go to the college across the country. Start the business with your friend. Don’t take the first job offer. Candice Beever, Assistant Marketing Manager
  5. 5. Be kind. You don’t have to be a tough cookie all the time. Jill Leonard, Director, Global Talent Acquisitions
  6. 6. Don’t jump into a career; wait until that career finds you. Jay Neill, VP, Digital Product and Platform Development
  7. 7. Enjoy your year of traveling as it will be the best year of your life and will give you more experience than any job could. Ani Crawley, Facilities Co-ordinator
  8. 8. You cannot afford to live in NYC. Jennifer Webb, Senior Brand Manager, Dummies B2B
  9. 9. Don’t rush to be a “grown up.” Take time to enjoy life and find out who you are before you get bogged down with responsibilities. Jennifer Goldsmith, Content Marketing Manager
  10. 10. Never say “no” to an assignment, and never be afraid to ask “why?” or for help. That learning also comes from reading from non-related work areas. Eleanor Oh, Associate Director, Corporate Communications (APAC)
  11. 11. There will come a time when you want to give up, so surround yourself with people who encourage your dreams and won’t let you quit. The ones who reach their dreams are the ones who refuse to give up. Annie Sullivan, Copy Specialist
  12. 12. Chill and live a little. (I’m currently a 23-year-old, so...) Keren Mulia, Marketing Executive
  13. 13. You don’t have to have all the answers before you try something new. People will help along the way. All you have to do is give it a shot. Laura Albert, Font Specialist
  14. 14. Finding your way in life can be hard, but with a little helpful advice from those who’ve been there before, you can get a head start down the pathway to success. Join the conversation. wileyexchanges.com

×