Hustle. Here’s how I defined it, in one tweet:                     I was in an Uber having a candid conversation with the driver. He studied at Concordia University and just completed his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Software Engineering. Obviously an intelligent guy, but I could tell he was frustrated, and almost gassed out – he just couldn’t seem to find a job after moving to Toronto,

Know Yourself, Really Well

Posted by George Khalife on  December 12, 2018

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I often joke by saying that in business class, we’re taught to identify the value proposition of a company – its unique selling proposition (or USP). I often wonder why that necessity is not applicable to the human level – people spend their entire livelihood understanding the things around them and take little or no time to understand themselves. Here’s what Gary Vaynerchuk (a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of VaynerMedia) has to

Unleash Your Genius

Posted by George Khalife on  November 20, 2018

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At one point in our lives, we have all heard people feed us lies about what we should do, how we should act, the person we should be, the career we should pursue…the list never ends. If you had immigrant parents, as I did, you also know that being anything other than a Doctor, Lawyer, or an Engineer is considered “failure”. The sabotaging beliefs of self-doubt leave you feeling useless, valueless, and helpless. The objective of this article

Whenever you’re ready

Posted by George Khalife on  November 20, 2018

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Category: Career development
    It was grade 5, I was really nervous. Overweight, insecure, and about 30 seconds from passing out, the teacher yells “ George, whenever you’re ready.” As the words vibrated through my ears, I stared at the audience before me; their thoughts, their words, and their non-verbal cues echoed a wave of ridicule that shattered the little motivation I had left. Yet, I proceeded. That day marked the worst presentation I ever gave, one
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