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Find the Hat

Are the organization’s policies achieving the desired ends? There are multiple ways to emphasize the lessons from the following parable, but in this instance, I would like to focus on emphasizing the need for flexibility in applying rules. A little … Continue reading

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Turning Micro-level Actions into Macro-level Outcomes

A question you might ask yourself when reading about transformational leaders is, “How does that relate to anything I have control of in my place in the organization?” The answer is at once surprising and inspiring: exert influence on your … Continue reading

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Accept New Challenges and Attain Your CPA – Even If You’re Older!

Don’t hesitate to continue learning as you get older. I am forty-seven years old and attending the University of Texas at Dallas studying accounting. I was a traditional student at the University of Oklahoma in the nineties. I completed a … Continue reading

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What Does it Take to be a Good Leader?

Some people may think that being a leader means you just get to boss people around and tell them to do this or that. That is not the case. At least not the quality of a good leader. Being a … Continue reading

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Why did I choose accounting?

By: Johnny Fu, student at The University of Texas at Dallas When I was a kid, I always wanted to do something in the business world since my parents had their own business back in my home country. During my … Continue reading

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A Few Takeaways From My Undergraduate Career

I will be graduating in December 2018 with my Bachelor’s in Accounting. When I look back, I want to share some of the things that I learned during my undergraduate career that might be helpful for freshman and sophomore students. … Continue reading

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Essential Tips to Prepare for an Interview

The first question that pops into a student’s mind once they get an interview is what do they do next? Well, in my experience, if you have multiple interviews for an internship or a full-time job you should keep a … Continue reading

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