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Social Media etiquette: To post or not to post?

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In this day and age of social media, we can invite people into our lives with a single tap on our smart phones.

Social Media etiquette: To post or not to post?

By Imran Vaghoo | 6 years ago

Email etiquette for students, job seekers

Email etiquette for students, job seekers

ly, this isn't an email I receive just once in a while. I have found out that more and more people think this is an appropriate way to contact a professional when they want to learn more about the product, and in my case, studying abroad in North America. While I find it unimpressive and less than professional to send this type of message, I can’t help but wonder if students are actually emailing colleges and universities using this

Imran Vaghoo | 6 years ago

College Education: Life's Toolbox

I will be lying if I told you that you won’t be successful if you decide not to attend college. That’s because there are people whom you may have heard of who did not attend, or who even “dropped out” of college and went on to become successful (think of Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg). But if you compare those success stories against the global population, they are but a (very) small percentage. They are the outliers on a graph, and it’s dangerous to think you’ll be like them. I know dangerous is a strong word, but let me explain.The truth is that the rest of us, which is most of us, have to equip ourselves with the right tools to become successful in life. Think of your life as an empty toolbox and receiving an education is the process of acquiring tools. Depending on the amount time and effort you put in, your toolbox can be very basic or completely full with specialized tools. If you are following my analogy: that’s primary, secondary and

Imran Vaghoo | 6 years ago

Never Work A Day In Your Life.

For many people, a job is a means to an end usually with no satisfaction.  I have seen people who earn a lot of money but are not happy with their jobs and those who don’t earn a lot of money excited to be at work.  A lot of times it isn’t convenient for those who are unhappy to change their careers because of financial obligations (rent or mortgage payments, car or college loans, insurance, etc). Sometimes being an adult and earning a paycheck isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. So how does this affect you as a high school student?  Well, you actually have the opportunity to do something about it, unlike so many professionals in the wrong jobs who may not have the chance to change directions in their career.  You have the power to determine what you want to do with your life. These days many students’ career choice seems to be everybody’s business:  their parents, aunts and uncles, plus their neighbor who drive

Imran Vaghoo | 6 years ago

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