Being in a family of entrepreneurs and lawyers, I’ve always been pressured to pursue either of the two and continue the hierarchy. Before I graduated high school, I’ve tried internship in my uncle’s law firm as his secretary. Keeping schedules, handling confidential documents, and even finances since I used to be good when it comes to numbers. He would bring me to court hearings sometimes. A lawyer’s job is interesting and challenging and at the same time it’s very stressful. Heck, being a secretary to a lawyer is already stressful and I am not even exaggerating. It’s when I’ve decided to not pursue this career. I was also pressured by my family to take up B.S. Nursing as my Pre-Med (since no one in the family is a doctor or a nurse). But, why am I not practicing my profession? Simple. I wasn’t living my dream.
You’ve been waiting for days and you finally received that phone call asking you to come in for an interview. Just thinking about it is enough to make you feel stressed and nervous, right? You’ve impressed them with your CV and now is the time to prove to them in person that you are right for the job.
Here are some tips to help you pass ace your job interview.
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Just because you have money does not mean you have financial freedom. Financial freedom is much more than having a few bucks in your wallet, it is the ability to do whatever you want to do without being limited by money concerns. Sadly, financial management is not a subject taught in school that is why many people are clueless as to how to do it. Failure to properly manage your finances is very critical if want to achieve financial freedom, this is not exclusive to us, young adults because there are also those who are in their 30’s, 40’s and even 50’s who have endangered their retirement plans because of the lack of knowledge in handling their finances.