Im not quite sure what adhd is clinically, but I think my 4.5 year old son is showing signs of it. He is unable to finish a meal without getting out if his seat at least 10 times. On the other hand he is able to sit through a 30 min piano lesson He’s a bit aloof and would rather ride his bike than play games with a bunch of kids. He has just two friends that he likes to be with .. cont
Any ladies here golf? I just bought a home in a golfing/lakeside community and now want to pickup the sport. Any deets on where to but cute golfing outfits/shoes? Tips on getting started? Planning on setting up a few lessons soon…TIA
What are some of lessons you have taken from consulting; my new one: You can send emails up to 2000 feet down into Grand Canyon
Number 1 Lesson of consulting - Learn to replace "Fuck Off" with "Sounds good, I'll get right on it"
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HI LADIES! I realize we are going through tough times but I wanted to quickly remind you all of how blessed we are. Blessed to see another day ✨ We won’t get this day back so make it count. Take it all in and remember that your current situation is not your final destination. And if you are going through an especially tough time, rock bottom will teach you lessons that mountain tops never will. You will make it past this. 💖 Have an amazing rest of your day ladies 😊♥️
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Want to learn lawn tennis. Any recommendations for good tennis lessons in NYC (preferably close to East Village)
Mistakes are the learned lessons to a better career. But every time I have made a mistake, it seems like it is the end of the world. I want to hear stories...of a time where you made a mistake and your superiors did not freak out, but used it as a lesson for you. does that exist anywhere?
Are you finding it easy or challenging to translate your "in person" lessons to an online format?
I need to teach a lesson on westward expansion and the Oregon Trail. Does anyone have any good resurces? Looking for something hands on.
Best places to learn SQL and/or Python for free? I heard of code academy and started there but once I got a couple lessons in it asked me start a free trial/pay for the pro version. I don’t mind paying to learn either but just wanted know if I’m going pay should I still use code academy or something else?
How long did it take you to learn golf well enough to go out and play on a course? Just started taking lessons three weeks ago and really excited for it, but I’m not sporty and want to manage my expectations 😅
Can’t figure out why my application for an FDD senior role at a big 4 got rejected. CPA and prior b4 audit. Wondering if I should apply if jobs open up again, but also wondering if I need more related experience?
Do you think with Delta+ on the way agencies who have mandated RTO will send people home again?
Starting remote at a new firm tomorrow after taking 3 weeks between jobs as parental leave after my wife had a baby. Can’t help but feel guilty about leaving her to take care of the little one all day and all night with less help from me (we asked parents to wait bc of covid). Anyone else dealt with feelings like this going back after parental leave?
Anyone else in that post-final interview phase of constantly refreshing your email? I hate this haha
Any LGBT consultants care to share about their work experience? Being LGBT is awkward to me as I feel the lack of diversity but it's also not common to talk about.
Tier 1 associate here. Fed up with the lifestyle, being taken advantage of and feeling little ownership to my work. Got an offer from a smaller, more casual and laidback firm. Large pay cut, but would gladly take it for a better life. Told one partner about it. Completely fine and understood me. Another partner got so mad, couldn’t understand how I could leave them for this firm, went on bashing this firm, they’re falling apart, we get calls from their partners who want to come here, etc.
I am facing one of the most wild shifts in mindset ever — i always thought i wanted to be this super accomplished career driven woman, but all i care about these days is making enough money to buy more real estate and retire asap. I feel like a hypocrite some days, and somedays i’m willing to sacrifice job interests for higher salary and just get to my goal of early retirement though real estate. Can someone please tell me i’m not going crazy :( this duality is weird to deal with.
Doing broad “business transformation” consulting in the Federal government, thinking about the next move after becoming mgr. How high can comp get for Federal? & what are realistic exit opportunities?
Does anyone know about Risk Dyanmics at McKinsey & Company. What is it like? I have case interviews coming up and wonder what it is a techy brand or not. I am looking for modelling/machine learning in Risk/compliance area.
is it a red flag to you if your decently sized mid law firm has never once mentioned pro bono opportunities? we don’t have any kind of diversity initiative either and obviously i know how i feel about THAT. but was wondering how weird this part of it is.
For people who recently lateraled, how did you go about negotiating a signing bonus? For context, I’m a rising 6th year in the finance group. I was approached about the position directly, so the firm isn’t paying a recruiter if they hire me. Any advice would be appreciated. It would be to go from a V20 to a V10 (not Kirkland). I don’t have competing offers as leverage, but I also wasn’t actively looking to leave
I have been at my new role remote for 3 months now. Things are good but I always feel like I’m not doing enough even after doing all my work and asking for more at times. I have this anxiety I could get fired at any moment or my boss/team will think I’m not contributing enough. It’s harder being remote because I feel my boss and team can’t see me and we can’t build those connections in office. Why do I have this anxiety.
Hiring question - do you think you get a job at big 4 without a college degree? For example, someone dropped out of college after 2 years and acquired a few certs and a couple of years experience
Would experience in big 4 FDD make one a competitive candidate for FP&A or other roles in a FAANG several years down the line?
Any Deloitters can share a little bit on how the pension works? From what I see 401k is 25% match of 6% of salary. Then pension is 1.5% of base?
What is the best certification to pursue in this area? Looking at SHRM-CP but want to learn more about others.
How much I can ask for a Manager role in Deloitte USI Bangalore? Currently earning 18 LPA
JP Morgan Chase CSR Associate job in DC: https://www.google.com/search?q=corporate+social+responsibility+jobs+washington+dc&ibp=htl;jobs&rciv=jb&clksrc=alertsemail&hl=en&gl=US#fpstate=tldetail&htichips=date_posted:range_2018-06-20&htidocid=3y72_cz_lJo6_k64AAAAAA%3D%3D&htiq=corporate%20social%20responsibility%20jobs%20washington%20dc&htischips=date_posted;range_2018-06-20&htivrt=jobs
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