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At Disrupt SF 2018, Girlboss CEO Sophia Amoruso sat down with former TechCrunch co-editor Alexia Bonatsos to talk about the success of Girlboss and the failure of Nasty Gal, Amoruso’s failed retail startup.
When I was 22 years old, I was in the world of counterterrorism, working in national security for the Pentagon. Now, I’m a career coach, inspiring and teaching people how to truly find their bliss in careers.
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Everyone has an opinion about finding your passion. It's either the best piece of career advice you've ever heard or the worst. Bill Gates is all for it. He discovered a passion for writing software as
Careers A recruiter explains the interview missteps that could be costing you the job. You slip into that blazer that says “professional, yet approachable,” print out a copy of your resume and walk confidently
• Sometimes a job looks good on paper, but it's not worth applying.• That's because you might be grossly under-qualified or overqualified, or because you won't fit in with the company culture.• We asked