The sun was shining, the smell of delicious appetizers coming out of the back kitchen at Restaurant Hà was lingering everywhere, and the Pure Leaf Iced Tea Bar was ready for a night of networking, socializing and tasting. And the...
Our cities are almost oversaturated with an abundance of professional networking events that inevitably (should) result in a shorter stack of personal business cards in your wallet, promising connections and meaningful, insightful shoptalk. If not, you may be doing something wrong
From the ultimate night out to improving your Monday mentality, there's more to having a notable weekend than just attending the right events. We've even covered how to handle FOMO or that impending hangover, depending on what you choose to do
There are few things that get under our skin and drive us more nuts than less-than-genuine people with ulterior motives. Hidden agendas, however, find their way into everything from work to friendships and personal relationships. Most of the time, though, they aren’t so hidden. Here’s why you’re not fooling anyone
Do you ever notice that fellow young professionals begin to sound, look and dress alike among certain social cliques? Most YPs have their group of friends that they have had for years. Just like in work and relationships, we can fall into a "comfort zone" within our groups of friends. Here is why you should expand your social circle
A recent Harvard study claims that humans experience a rush of dopamine when talking about ourselves, similar to that felt when talking about food, sex, and money. Here's how you can use that to your advantage when looking to own and important introduction
Long, hard days at work often result in equally long and hard nights of socializing that extend into the early hours of the morning. Social activities are essential for breaking up the monotony of the typical weekly routine, and can still be beneficial to your professional development
There are two things in life that can't be replaced: friends and family. For most people, that BFF or Bromance is actually closer than family and can be depended on for pretty much anything life throws at you. Here's why it's important to have that anchor in your life