A Stoic Maxim

Never in a hurry.
Never worried.
Never desperate.
Never stopping short.

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Learn to Code and Build a Thriving Career in Tech

The future is portfolios, not transcripts. 

As time goes one, companies care more about proof-of-work

So to break into a career in coding, you’ll want to build projects.

You’ll get just that at Flatiron School, a coding bootcamp where you’ll go heads down to create actual apps and websites to show to companies what you can really do. 

And as you learn by doing, you’ll feel supported from an unmatched community — from study groups to lab time with instructional staff, and Slack check-ins, students often say their cohort supported them through the program. 

Ride the wave of the future of work. Learn an in-demand skill like coding, in as little as 15 weeks. 

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4 Reasons To Practice Gratitude In Your Career

You don’t want to force gratitude. But building the gratitude muscle creates a powerful well of resourceful energy that can only bring a positive, upward spiral to your life and career. No matter your current situation.

From Trello’s blog, here are 4 Reasons to Practice Gratitude in Your Career.

“Even those ‘soul-sucking’ jobs that you deem as good-for-nothing help you refine important competencies like how to assert your needs, work with difficult people, or become more resilient. So, take a minute to appreciate your current role—even if it’s not exactly where you want to be.” 

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Quote of the Day

“Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.”
— Ralph Emerson

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