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Working Smart at Stanford Individual Staff alumni relations, communication, efficiency, leadership, meetings, productivity, professional development, Stanford, teamwork, work

My blog is a repository of advice, observations, tools and trainings for efficient and productive work. In addition to writing about how to work smart (at Stanford and beyond), I plan to highlight some of the training and professional development opportunities on campus. My hope is to help people carve out the time to do interesting, forward-thinking, strategic work instead of getting bogged down in the day-to-day of the office.

Workout Facts Alumna/alumnus exercise, health, physiology, weight loss, working out, workouts

Biology major and certified fitness trainer's blog about getting the most out of your workouts.

World Association of International Studies Academic Group economics, history, international, multidisciplinary, peace, political science, religious studies, security, sociology

The World Association of International Studies (WAIS), formerly the California Institute of International Studies, founded in 1965 at Stanford, is a fellowship of scholars, scientists, and others active in international affairs. WAIS provides a forum for the daily exchange of information between its members.

Writing Athena Alumna/alumnus art, culture, history, literature, parenting, politics, religion, writing

Oscillating between public commentary and personal anecdote, acute observations and obtuse peevishness, this blog is not only my antidote to writers' block but also my favorite procrastination technique. Bonus features: politics, religion, rants, lessons in grammar and composition.

You're Doing It Wrong Individual Student business, economics, finance, investing, politics

A Student's Take on Politics, Economics, and Finance

Ziad's: My days at Stanford Individual Student Business School, Egypt, gsb, MBA

Thoughts of an Egyptian studying at Stanford Business School


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