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Let’s hope your hilarious awakening occurs on a sunny beach with friends or holed up in your apartment on the weekends. So you love the grind and you’ve given up on work/life balance but who says the grind has to be all about you hunched over your desk grappling with projects. Enter hilarious books that will inspire new ideas and have you laughing at yourself. Because life is best when you can point out your mistakes and own them. Here are our top 9 Funny Reads for 2017.
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Overachiever Interview Series Get to Know Yang Jiyeon Name: Yang Susana Jiyeon Career Profile: Freelance Korean Instructor. Education: Ajou Graduate School of International Studies, S. Korea. Yang Jiyeon’s career is a bit of a plot twist. From early years raised by a single dad and other parental figures in and outside the home, she quickly figured out that even though there were many around that she could reach out to, she would always be the most reliable person in her life. After a situation that led to her father kicking her out of his house, she started out on her own. Today she’s an ambassador in her own right and she shares her story of self- discovery and how the light at the end of a job hunt tunnel eventually led her to a freelance career that has, literally, opened up her world.
What Mentoring Young Adults Has Taught Me. Issata was a go-getter even before she knew what the term meant and her dad will testify. He was the one who got bugged constantly, to help her get enrolled in special programs and after-school activities. She was getting well-acquainted with business attire at 14 and writing her own resumes before she turned 15. Today, she credits a huge chunk of her achievements to a line of gracious mentors who truly want to see her win. Along with her job as an Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Honors College, she also introduces young adult women to the concepts of entrepreneurship, development, and financing. Today, International Mentoring Day, Issata Saccoh Oluwadare shares her mentoring stories and the importance of preparing young adults for life’s realities.