College essay: What was the best advice ever give to you.
International Education Week essay contest participants were instructed to write about their best piece of advice for prospective international students considering studying abroad in the U.S. We received many excellent submissions and we would like to thank everyone who participated in the contest!
The Best Career Advice I Ever Received. That's why we're here to share the best career advice we've ever been privy to -- and how it has helped us get to where we are today.. One of the best.
Leadership advice quotes: 19 of the best you’ll ever receive. Along the course of a career, you’ve probably had the good fortune of receiving a little nugget of golden insight, or perhaps, a tip here and there from a boss, manager or other respected colleague.
One of the most important pieces of advice I’ve gotten, however, is slightly more complex; it doesn’t boil down so neatly into a fortune-cookie saying, but I think about it constantly.
As much as I appreciate someone telling me to keep my chin up when going through a hard time, I’m fairly certain I’d rather them let me punch dance out my rage in their backyard. Here are eight most generic, useless pieces of advice you’ll ever receive. 1. Don’t worry about failing.
Natalie Beisner is a Los Angeles-based writer. Her essay Morning After Text received an Honorable Mention in WOW’s 2019 Q3 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest. Her work has also been recognized by Kaleidoscope: A Reflection on Women’s Journeys and ArtAscent. She is a graduate of Cal State Fullerton University, with a BFA in Theatre.
Trio House Press. Trio House Press gives two awards annually: the Trio Award for First or Second Book for emerging poets, and the Louise Bogan Award for Artistic Merit and Excellence for a book of poems contributing in an innovative and distinct way to American poetry.