Intelligence is Not Enough to Get a Return Offer

Getting a return offer isn’t easy. Hard work and intelligence are only part of the equation — this article covers a lot more. Here are 12 actionable insights you can use to kick-ass this summer.

There’s a lot more to being a great intern/employee beyond intelligence and high-quality work. It can be summed up in 1 word — professionalism.

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The Step-by-Step Guide to Successful Cold Emails

This is the guide I wish I had as a Freshman. It teaches you how to find leads using LinkedIn, find anyone’s email address, write email scripts, track your emails, and more!

This is part 2 of 2 of my cold emailing series. If you have not read part 1, check out Why Cold Emailing Will Dramatically Change Your Life.

In this post I will walk you through my process of finding professionals and cold emailing them. This is broken down into 4 key topics:

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Why Cold Emailing Will Dramatically Change Your Life

Cold-emailing was the single most useful thing I taught myself. Here’s how it changed my life and why you should start cold-emailing now.

This is part 1 of 2 of my cold emailing series. Check out the next post for A step-by-step guide to successful cold emails.

You remember high school right? It was a stressful time for everyone. The unhealthy pressure to get straight A’s, a 2400 on the SATs, play a varsity sport, be a nationally ranked musician, win a debate competition, cure cancer… all to get admission to college.

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Find your career path with this 3-step framework

I used this framework in college to discover amazing career opportunities. If you don’t know what kind of internship or job you want then start here.

When I was a freshman at UC Berkeley, I thought I wanted to work for a startup. Despite knowing very little about entrepreneurship in the Bay Area and what founding a startup entails, I liked the idea of it.