Professional Development for the Millennial

For many millennials, the professional world is a scary place, especially for those looking to fit into their new job after spending the last several years rolling out of bed to run off to class without even checking the mirror. Lucky for us, there are many opportunities available to guide us on our journey through professional development. The professional world […]

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WordCamp: What Is It and Why Should You Go?

By Taylor Walker Edited by Katy Randolph Simply put, WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamp is an informal, community-organized event put together by WordPress users. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas and get to know each other. This is the first WordCamp to be held in our lovely hometown, Cincinnati, but they’ve […]

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5 Tips for Working with Millennials

By Taylor Walker Edited by Katy Randolph Let’s face it, times are changing, especially in the workplace!  Baby boomers are one of the largest generations of active workers, although, millennials are entering the workplace with very different outlooks on their employment opportunities.  Baby boomers have identified their strength as “organization memory, optimism, and their willingness to work long hours” (Gilbert, […]

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Being a Night Owl in an Early Bird World

By Steve Ingham Edited by Katy Randolph The world is not made for me. The world is made for “the early bird [who] gets the worm.” And, unfortunately, I’m a night owl. That means I am most active starting in the late afternoon and into the wee hours of the morning. I have struggled for years, trying to adjust. I […]

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