Goodbye probationary period. Hello full benefits: 8 tips and habits for your first 90 days in a new role by Jasmine Tate

When transitioning into a new role there's a lot to learn, and even more comes with a new organization. My journey at TGR Foundation has been no different. I've learned a lot about the foundation and settled well into my position, but as with most new chapters in life, there is much more to learn. I'm enjoying the process. In celebration of my first 90 days on the job, hello full benefits, I've shared seven tips for anyone entering their probationary period in a fresh position.

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Advancing Education: Life at TGR Foundation, A Tiger Woods Charity by Jasmine Tate

When most people read, A Tiger Woods Charity, they naturally link the foundation to golf, but it is and does so much beyond the sport to advance education in underrepresented communities around the globe.

In grad school I dreamed of working in a community relations role for a professional sports organization because of the power of sports and athletes to make an impact. Tiger is a true example of that through his foundation and commitment to reaching millions of students in underrepresented communities around the globe through education, and now you can join the cause.

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Praise Playlist: 15 songs to add to your faith shuffle by Jasmine Tate

I look forward to attending service each weekend, and praise and worship is my favorite part. Being surrounded by the holy spirit in the house of the Lord with other believers is an indescribable feeling. What I love more than being one of many worshipping is personal time with the Lord in song and worship after my morning devotional or on my way to work.

I love songs that echo the sentiments of my heart and have a personal connection with Christ while addressing Him directly. As we enter August, check your Praise Playlist for these 15 songs that just might leave you in tears.

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Real World Read: Speaking of love by Jasmine Tate

The last book I read cover to cover made me so excited I wanted to share what I had learned with everyone. I was calling my family members, sharing with coworkers and thinking about previous relationships or situations that could have had a better outcome had I read it sooner. 

Although it was hard for me to avoid skipping to the end or researching an outline online, I was glad I resisted the urge. With each chapter, I was assigning people in my life to different categories based on what I had read.

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