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Sadly graph search was discontinued, but I look forwards to checking out these other tips!
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How do you handle managing a team of people that are older than you?
Oh, great question. I'm still working on that one!!! I think the first step is to try not to think about age at all. (Easier said than done, I know.) Leading by example is definitely the first step. And I also really rely on my manager for help and advice... all the time. If I don't know how to handle a situation, then I refer to her and use her as a thought partner. One of the best things I've learned is how important communication is. There's no such thing as over-communicating!

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Such great advice! Making a to do list, drinking tea, and getting your room to the right temperature are 3 of my favorites before bed!
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This is a great check list! I'm only 22 but I can feel that crisis looming over my head, if I haven't had it already when I graduated college over a year ago. This gives such useful advice and really makes you wonder about the future.
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I am determined, intelligent, and assertive. But do I need an A type personality to succeed (perfectionist/very disciplined)?
Well as a proud type A I must say that a little commitment to excellence(perfectionism) and hard work(discipline) has definitely paid off :) Seriously, though, in order for us to solve our world's biggest problems we need as much diversity as possible in our leadership and personality type is no exception. You can definitely achieve results and motivate others with determination, intelligence and assertiveness. And I'm sure you've got additional gifts and skills up your sleeve as well. Bring your authentic self to all of your endeavors and you'll increase your likelihood of success.

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I have found that my ultimate dream job has an opening...only problem is that I am 9 months shy of graduation! Is there anything I can do?
Ahh that's a tough one ! The only solution I can think of is "soft-starting" at the job in a part-time way. Is that a possibility? For example, do you have classes every day or is there a way to arrange your class schedule so that you can work during one or two weekdays? That would be the option that I have seen succeed in this situation. Otherwise, I promise that there will be others. And you might change in 9 months! That is a long time. Let me know how it goes.

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What advice do you have for focusing on your own professional development and success without comparing yourself to others?
I think that most people would agree that every person has different goals and moves through their career at their own speed. So think about that every time you start to compare yourself to others. No two careers are alike, and you should focus on your goals most of all.

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I'm so thankful I came across this article. I'll be moving to another state in the upcoming months and wasn't quite sure when or how to start a job search. I don't have a set date for when I'll be moving, I just know the location and am hoping it is soon. If I could land a job before I move, it would definitely help. Thank you for sharing this!
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I am in the early stages of starting a company. When you started Levo League is there anything you wish you had known ahead of time?
First of all, congratulations on being in the early stages of starting your company! YES - when I started Levo there are a million things I wish I had known ahead of time. The biggest black box for me was around how to structure fundraising and business planning - what is the right amount to communicate, and how much over- or under-planning is stifling to the growth of the company? Looking back on it now, what I would say is (1) create a specific product vision (e.g., what exactly are you creating and what need does it serve) and (2) build a community of advisors and peers who are thoughtful in your space and can counsel you (i.e., your own personal advisory board) - with these two elements your vision is set up for greater success. Keep me posted on how it's going!

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Graduation is around the corner. What advice would you give to new college grads starting their first jobs?
Retain your sense of childlike wonder, and retain the optimism you have with respect to the way that the world could be better. You will be infusing the workforce with a sense of optimism and youth - you are a breath of fresh air. Cultivate the physical and mental exercises that help you to maintain that centeredness and clarity that you acquire from years of focusing on your education away from the "real world," as your ideas around change are your biggest asset when you first move into the workforce and don't have experience on your side. Someone once said to me at McKinsey, with respect to the incoming class of freshly graduated analysts, that "What I love most about having an Analyst on my team is the sense of energy and possibility that they bring. They are inspired and willing to propose different ways of doing things and are a force for the world being better." Cultivate that - it is an incredible strength.