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J.K. Rowling and the Hogwarts School of Failure and Passion From the first scribbles on a napkin in a London café to her eventual worldwide success as an author, J.K. Rowling inspired an entire generation with the magic of the Harry Potter series. Millions of readers across the world grew up reading about the wizarding world, anxiously awaiting the release of the next installment … Continue reading Viventium Celebrates Women’s History Month: J.K. Rowling
When’s the last time you heard or read something that truly resonated with you? Sounds like a dumb question, given the sheer amount of opinions circulating on the internet. But despite how many memes you might stumble upon that make you go, “omg that’s so me,” the phenomenon happens less frequently than you’d think. So … Continue reading The (Unofficial) Viventium Guide to Millennial Empowerment
Like the rest of New Jersey, New York, and the Northeast U.S., I woke up this morning to a foot of snow* covering everything in sight (*rough estimate: I am not going outside to actually measure it). All I kept hearing about yesterday was how the snow was going to accumulate one or two inches … Continue reading Digging Out of Your Inbox
I am that recent college graduate with semi-messy hair who has worn a tie as many times as there are Harry Potter movies that exist. I am that chef whose famous (and only) cuisine is an egg sandwich with ketchup. I am that cartographer who is an expert at navigating any road to any part … Continue reading Cover Letter from a Millennial: Talent and Potential
If you’re in the business world, you’ve probably heard of the phrase, “the war for talent.” As a quick refresher, for those of you who might not be on the front lines of recruiting, the war for talent is a term that was coined in the late 90s as a description of the landscape of … Continue reading Mercenaries and FOMO: The Problem with the War for Talent