Tag: Failure

Jose Damasceno

Failing(?) an internship

My internship is coming to an end and I am sad to say that I fail it. Not with grades, for it is not FME. In real life and in this case, failing means that I could not achieve a goal I set to myself. In the case of the internship, my goal was to…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Julia Dean

Pivoting to Something Greater

We learn in our first year at Babson, during our FME class, that pivoting is something you should do, and inevitably will do (often, I learned). Yet, whenever pivoting occurs, it’s often with heavy hearts. We abhor change, failure, our Plan A going awry. Why is that though? Why do we think our Plan A…

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Cheryl Kiser

The F Word

Last week Emily and I had the pleasure of traveling to beautiful Antwerp to teach ET&A to 60 young women as part of Women2Women Belgium. During my time there I found myself learning just as much as the students, if not more. These women were INCREDIBLE. They were with us every step of the way…

Posted In Creating Social Value Blog

Cheryl Kiser

Providing Pathways Not New Ways for Change

“You are capable of more than you know. Choose a goal that seems right for you and strive to be the best, however hard the path. Aim high. Behave honorably. Prepare to be alone at times, and to endure failure. Persist! The world needs all you can give.” -E. O. Wilson We love this quote…

Posted In Creating Social Value Blog