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Was great talking about the F word and to share my experience with Biz Talks at California State University, Chico I had a great time. Check out the video: https://biztalks.co/blog/the-f-word-wail-ashshowwaf
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Fri Apr 27 2018
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So cool!
9M ago
Sat Apr 28 2018
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Great talk Wa'il — very inspiring! I love the Ikigai philosophy and how it provides a nice framework for how to find your work passion. Also, your note about how your first job out of school does not have to be perfect or the final job is a great reminder for students. I think everyone (at that age) gets caught up with landing the perfect gig out of the gates and that can feel overwhelming.
9M ago
Sat Apr 28 2018
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I've always found individuals' work journeys fascinating. Especially if they went "off script" to find their passion. It's part of the reason I started WIWO — to document that journey.
9M ago
Sat Apr 28 2018
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It is fascinating and thats why I love WIWO!
9M ago
Sat Apr 28 2018
What are you working on? Need an invite?
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