Book recommendations on Audible for a young male attorney struggling to get back to living a healthy lifestyle (physically, mentally, spiritually)? Open to any genre.
As a first generation college graduate, first one to land a job in Corp. America, there’s so much that I wasn’t prepared for like 401k, investing, along with other things that increase your TC that aren’t bonuses or your base salary or how to diversify your income. I’m 25 and I feel like there is SO much I still don’t know. Any good book recommendations/youtubers/podcasts that helps navigate this?
Book recommendations threads! Include title with a brief summary: ‘The Philosopher and the Wolf’ by Mark Rowlands. A book about connections beyond humans. Not just with animals, but the world. He does a phenomenal job of wrapping philosophical thoughts and theories into every day life. Highly recommend for those who love the outdoors, have a dog, or want a new outlook on life.
Hi, I'm looking for book recommendations on mortgages / financing your first real estate deal. Any recommendations? Let me know if you have any general book recs for first time homeowners. Thank you!
All I want to do is curl up in bed with hot tea and a good book. Recommendations for if I ever achieve said dream?
Recently moved to US. Anyone has any book recommendations to understand cultural differences vs other nations? Having some trouble with this fake niceness and packaging every communication. Thanks !
I need some must-read book recommendations. Can be professional improvement or otherwise stellar non-fiction. What has you raving?
Book recommendations? I come from non-Union/low budget line producing but I’m now working for a “real agency”. I’m looking to learn more about SAG processes, working with vendors, bidding process, etc. I know most of this knowledges will come from actually working on projects but I’m curious if there are any good resources out there.
Taking some time off. Need some book recommendations. Some light interesting non-fiction. No self help or management books. Just interesting topics that won’t make me think about work.
Any real estate book recommendations for a n00b?
Looking for book recommendations; any favorites? Interested in both fiction and educational/self-improvement (for example, investment / finance books, time management, etc). I feel my vocab is...
Any (light) book recommendations to read- non fictional, not self-help. Psychology, abstract, biography, science, human evolution, how our mind works, etc..
Physical book recommendations? Looking for topics on Python, ML, DS, etc. Any interesting must reads in the field? Looking heavy to up-skill and get more technical! The journey begins now.
Anyone have HBDI certification? Is it worth it?
My project is requiring a lot of time commitment during early hours and evening and it’s getting hard to pick up LO from day care. I wanted advise frm ppl who have hired help for pick/drop off.
Hate to bring this convo out again but I recently received pushback from my firm’s hiring committee to look for a more diverse candidate while I’m trying to secure an offer for a fellow Asian.
Anyone go from audit at B4 to a non-audit role at a young, growing company and can offer some advice on finding roles/selling yourself for the position?
Car trouble has me spending the night in rural Pennsylvania. For any of you dreamers thinking this might be the remote life you're ready to live, I promise you it is not. Although, I did just see one of the absolute strangest local pawnshop ads ever. Think low budget, high-school-theater version of how Tim and Eric might do it, except unironically and lacking any real "show my face in public again after this." So if you're a GCD or up, 80% chance you'd love the ad scene here.
Can you precharge your car rental to one car and then change it after returning? Want to use the CSR in case I need primary car insurance, but would get more points on another card. Heard this was
I am an SAP FICO consultant on H1B. Got just laid off and looking for a job. Can you guys kindly give me some leads/referrals.
Applying to T15 in R2. Currently have a 700 GMAT (43Q, 41V) after taking once. Even if I raise my quant to 47, which would be impressive for me, I’ll still be at a 700 (possibly 710). 3.6 undergrad GPA. Worth retaking? Or just focus on the rest of my applications?
Covid has been disruptive to not just the economy, job sector, social life but has also been a big PITA(pain in the ass) for the singles that are seeking or ready to get into a relationship. This bowl is to see if people would be open to just post their asl, and a few preferences they’d like to see to establish an emotional connect and use this as another dating app just to get in touch with other similar professionals
Does your blazer have to have a button and be buttoned up when you appear in court? Some of my blazers don’t have buttons.
Is it wrong to not want a promotion? Ive been told I’m on track for one soon but I still have sooo much to learn at this level and I don’t feel ready to move up. I am, in fact, terrified of the next step and the responsibilities that come with it. Has anyone turned down a promotion and regretted it? Been glad about it?
Is it worth it to go back to school for a better track to a FAANG company? The division I’m currently in seems like there are no good opportunities, and I have the funds available to finish my undergraduate full time (Canada). I applied to Amazon before for a highly senior position and made it to final interview so I think I would have a better chance for a new grad type role.
Note to removal defense lawyers. Bond approved last Tuesday, one week before today’s merits hearing. Client couldn’t get out of jail because bond payments in central Ohio can only be made on Tuesday and Thursday. Luckily, Judge continued hearing so client can be placed on non-detained docket. Lesson is to know when bond can be paid in your area to try to avoid future problems.
If Donald trump works from Trump Tower two days a week, is he remote and WFH? As his client, I am not ok with that since his billable rate is really high.
When you get a rental car, what do you do to make sure you don’t get taken advantage of for some bogus issue/scratch that’s already on the car? Take pic/video before, tell the checkout person of any issues (although this can be hard especially if at a smaller airport & you get the keys in the airport and there’s no gate when you leave), buy the rental insurance? If you have a card that covers rental cars (CSR, Amex Hilton) do you decline rental insurance and use the card benefits?
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