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Rich DiTieri started out as a technology consultant at Deloitte, but left to co-found Pintley, a 2011 MassChallenge winner. Now, as the Head of Global Partnerships for Startup Institute, Rich DiTieri is a relationship builder, as well as one of the major players behind the program in Boston. Simply put, as his Startup Institute profile says, “You’ve got to do what you love, and I want to help you find that at a startup that needs you.”
Need to get over your procrastination and get down to work? Emily Goldman, a freelancer focusing on human rights, indigenous rights, and climate change, says just don't procrastinate.
"I don't really procrastinate,” she said. “I know if I put off that project I don't want to do, it's just going to be sitting there waiting for me in the end.”
During the first two summers in college, I totally [and deservingly] vegged out. I didn’t have an internship or a job. Instead, I watched movies, painted, and hung out with friends. But oddly enough, what I remember most about those summers are the daily to-do lists I made for my so-called tasks:
- Go to the gym
- Watch a movie
- Lay out in the sun