doubt that a lot of people have benefited one way or another from the Netflix
hit Tidying Up With Marie Kondo. Believe it
or not, you can apply the KonMari Method to your career. When you ask "What sparks joy for me?"
you’re really asking what’s worth your time, space and energy — a concept
that applies to any aspect of your life and career. When you view your life from
this perspective you gain clarity as to where you are and where you want to go.
Bailey ’10graduated summa cum laude from UCLA and earned
her MBA at Duke University. Drawn to the idea of a for-profit company with
a strong mission and a conscience, she joined BrainJuice in February 2014. As the
first employee, Justine has worn many hats, handling sales, marketing, operations
and product R&D. Her current role is expanding BrainJuice into the Convenience,
Foodservice and Alternative channels. Read more about Justine and her advice for
students and alumni in her Excellence in Action interview.
According to a CareerBuilder survey,
70% of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates. Of those
employers, 54% found content that caused them to pass on hiring a candidate.
If you’re planning on going to a networking event or job fair in the near
future — and you should be — set aside some time to take inventory of
all your social media accounts. You don’t want your next connection or potential
employer finding something that paints you in a negative light.