"meaning" Archive

Getting Back to Normal: Lessons From a Global Crisis

In this piece in Psychology Today, Allison McWilliams (’95), VP for Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development at Wake Forest, offers up wisdom about how we can all learn from and make ...

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Quarantine is Not a Competition: Self-Compassion and the Myth of “Winning”

In the following webinar from our LEARN with @LifeAfterWake platform, Wake Forest alumnus Ryan Riccordella (’15) focuses in on the realities of living through a global pandemic, the importance of ...

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5 Ways to Fight Loneliness While Working From Home

Unless you have a job role requiring you to be in-person at your place of employment, you’re likely one of the millions of people working from home. Whether you’re used to working remotely or you ...

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Do the Work: Playing the Long Game

In this article on Psychology Today, Allison McWilliams (’95), WFU Assistant Vice President for Mentoring and Alumni Personal and Career Development, shares some critical strategies to apply to ...

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Stop Expecting Meaning from Work

In this article on Psychology Today, Allison McWilliams (’95), WFU Assistant Vice President for Mentoring and Alumni Personal and Career Development, offers some hard truths about expectations of ...

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