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Jean says she has no plans of leaving the Web3 space. Artist credit: MeaI sold over $30,000 worth in just one month, and I don't plan on leaving the Web3 space anytime soon. The exclusive content I offer for holders isn't available anywhere else; I host virtual parties, post voice notes, and other things. And for me, it keeps my content exclusive and more valuable to my community who invests in it. I don't think NFTs are going to fall off.
Jane Lu is the CEO and founder of Showpo, an Australian online fashion retailer. She quit her accountant job to start her first business, which failed — and launched Showpo only a month later. I used to be a really bad accountant, but now I'm the CEO and founder of Showpo, an online fashion store. I decided to start my own business, but I couldn't tell my parentsMy first business was running pop-up fashion stores in bars. Years later, I finally told my parentsA year and a half into Showpo, I'd told my parents I was on an unpaid leave from work to work on my fashion company.
I got to know Meta's security team; we hung out all week. Within two hours of the final interview, I'd decided to move to CaliforniaI worked on Zuckerberg's executive protection team for two years. "Once I'm done building your security team," I told him, "I want to transition to something different." A colleague recommended I become a coachI'd never really heard of executive coaching before, so when a coworker said it, I laughed. Even when I was unsure what I wanted to do, I knew it wasn't security anymore.
Caitlyn Kumi is an associate product-marketing manager at Google and former EY consultant. This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Caitlyn Kumi, a 23-year-old product marketing manager based in New York City. I landed a job as an associate product marketing manager at Google just one year after graduating from college. To feel out company culture, I ask questions like, "What does success look like at your organization?" It's really important to have a strong profile section and a great picture.
She began teaching fitness classes on the side and eventually gave up finance altogether. I started coaching fitness classes on the sideI did both finance and fitness for two years before quitting my banking job. I coached fitness classes a couple of nights a week and on the weekends in two different studios. Having this time to focus on fitness without fully leaving finance yet allowed me to transition in the most risk-averse way possible. This actually felt really easy to me because I was spending less naturally.
Osuji says he now works in construction because he couldn't find other support work. When you're working an entry-level position as I did, you feel disposable. [Editor's note: A Shopify representative told Insider in a statement that the company's turnover in Shopify Support is "lower than typical contact centers," though they did not disclose the rate.] I work in construction nowSince Shopify, I've been working in construction doing physical labor because I couldn't get other support work. But even though construction work is physically dangerous, my mental health is better: It's way less stressful than working at Shopify.
I listened to his advice and decided to become a computer science major in college and later become a software engineer. Sure, there are a lot of perks to being a software engineer such as six-figure salaries and free food, but some things are less than ideal. Here are the top 5 things I don't like about being a software engineer. If you are a software engineer, know that you bring value to the tech world and your company. It's extremely hard to even become a software engineer so think about how far you've come already.
I've been laid off four times in a row during my tech career. I think it's important to take a few days after you're laid off to take advantage of the rare occurrence where you actually have free time. Every job I've gotten post-layoff has been due to a colleague or acquaintance referring me. Figure out your dream jobUse the time after a layoff to figure out what you really want out of a job. I also highly recommend reading "Designing Your Life" by Bill Burnett & Dave Evans if you're feeling really lost.
Ayomi Samaraweera is a former EY senior manager. This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Ayomi Samaraweera, a former EY senior manager and a TikTok creator who talks about consulting for 12,900 followers. I got promoted to senior manager at Ernst and Young at just 28 years old after working there for seven years. I left consulting and joined TikTok first as a corporate communications manager but later as the global head of internal communications. I was 27 when I started my campaign to be promoted to senior manager.
This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Erika Kullberg, a finance social media creator with 9 million TikTok followers. TikTok: $290 (9 million followers)In September, I made a total of $290 from the creator fund on TikTok. It's important to remember that these numbers are just a small piece of how social media creators can make money. But, I don't post on social media for the money. And I choose to reveal how much I make on social media to increase transparency aroud money.
Tim Walz is running against Republican Scott Jensen in Minnesota's gubernatorial race. Democratic incumbent Tim Walz faces off against Republican Scott Jensen in Minnesota's gubernatorial election. Prior to being elected, Walz represented Minnesota's 1st Congressional District for six terms, from 2007 to 2019. Born and raised in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, Jensen represented Senate District 47 from 2017 to 2021. The state has voted exclusively Democratic in every presidential election since 1976, last voting Republican during Richard Nixon's landslide victory in 1972.
She bought and rents out a tiny house in her yard to pay for her mortgage. For example, the tiny house in my yard completely pays the mortgage for the home my fiance and I live in. My first tiny house was a converted detached garage already in my yard. Steph DouglassMy tiny house was $89,000 and fully finished insideI bought a pre-built, fully finished tiny house from a local place called Creative Living Solutions for about $89,000 which included delivery and tie-down fees (which secure the tiny house in place). And then once I pay the management fees, my mortgage, and the tiny house mortgage I'm basically breaking even.
Gary Vaynerchuk warns people to make smarter spending decisions in a recent TikTok. He says that people are underestimating how scary the economy will be in as little as 3 months. "Start getting smart because it's hairy out there," Vaynerchuk warns. Gary Vaynerchuk is warning people to start making smarter spending choices now to prepare for a looming recession in the coming months. Vaynerchuk warns that unless you have massive amounts in savings, you need to get smarter about your spending.
10 years after Greenberg's first startup failed, she reflects on 5 things she wishes she knew before becoming an entrepreneur. I got into investment banking hoping to gain the experience and money needed to launch my own startup. The idea wasn't bad, the business model wasn't bad, the execution... was questionableI funded the project with my own savings. Be careful when outsourcingI was no coding expert so I hired an outsourced tech team to build the app. So if you build in the features you need and know how to access them, you won't need to rely on outsourced tech team members.
I noticed red flags the day I got firedWhen I arrived at the office, I put my things down and went to get myself some cereal. I saw security around the main entrance and I saw them walking people out. When I left the room, security was already waiting outside of the room with my things. I turned in my badge and security walked me out. I walked outside and saw through the building windows that even more people were in meeting rooms, holding tissue boxes and wiping their tears away.
Angelica Saldaña is a full-time crypto investor who owns more than 20 virtual properties. There are many different virtual worlds and some of the most popular ones are Decentraland and The Sandbox. Someone offered to buy my NFT world for $38,000 last week but the transaction fee would have been $5,000. I'm confident in the future of virtual real estate because it offers something totally unique, beautiful, and helpful. If you own virtual properties and would like to share your story, email Jenna Gyimesi at jgyimesi@insider.com.
I wanted a new job, so I set a goal to apply for a certain number of postings a month. In 2017, I set 16 goals on a range of topics such as learning a new language and drawing more. Don't set goals you're uninterested in or that are completely unrealistic because then you won't follow through. If that's a spreadsheet, that's fine. It may be tough to remember at first, but it really helps you stay on track for your goals.
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