March 27, 2017

Small Steps Lead to Great Strides!

Ever since our daughter entered middle school two years ago, my wife and I have been… [read me]

Small Steps Lead to Great Strides! Small Steps Lead to Great Strides!

Essential study skills for succeeding in your degree program

Regardless of what degree you’ve chosen, you will need to learn essential study… [read me]

Essential study skills for succeeding in your degree program Essential study skills for succeeding in your degree program

Put me in coach I’m ready to lead

On the television show “Married...With Children” Ed O’Neill played the role… [read me]

Put me in coach I’m ready to lead Put me in coach I'm ready to lead

Setting Ground Rules for Roommate Success

By Melisa Figueroa They say that roommates are the luck of the draw even with… [read me]

Setting Ground Rules for Roommate Success Setting Ground Rules for Roommate Success

Study Smarter by Knowing Your Memory Mode

Students I meet on campuses across the country and around the world are always looking… [read me]

Study Smarter by Knowing Your Memory Mode Study Smarter by Knowing Your Memory Mode

Unique Ways to Stay Fit at School and Avoid the Freshman 15

It's the elephant in the college dorm room. The phenomenon whispered about between… [read me]

Unique Ways to Stay Fit at School and Avoid the Freshman 15 Unique Ways to Stay Fit at School and Avoid the Freshman 15

6 teamwork tips for leading student activities

Working in campus activities, when the outcome is on you, you might feel pulled in… [read me]

6 teamwork tips for leading student activities 6 teamwork tips for leading student activities

“I’ll Do It!” – Say it and make the most of your opportunities

I have been involved in the Kiwanis Family, an organization dedication to community… [read me]

“I’ll Do It!” – Say it and make the most of your opportunities “I’ll Do It!” - Say it and make the most of your opportunities

Setting Ground Rules for Roommate Success

By Melisa Figueroa They say that roommates are the luck of the draw even with people you know. Some situations are picture-perfect, while others are less than desirable. There are some that start out great but turn sour, and others that start out rocky but turn into lifelong friendships. The key … [Read This...]

Unique Ways to Stay Fit at School and Avoid the Freshman 15

It's the elephant in the college dorm room. The phenomenon whispered about between classes in the hall. Some first-year students think it's just an urban legend, until it happens to them. It is the most feared and dreaded phrase uttered on college campuses throughout the country: The Freshman 15. … [Read This...]

Small Steps Lead to Great Strides!

Ever since our daughter entered middle school two years ago, my wife and I have been going to the Student Life worship service at our church in order to hear and experience the same message as her. We have some wonderful pastors and a lot of great students involved with the ministry. Each week, a … [Read This...]

Essential study skills for succeeding in your degree program

Regardless of what degree you’ve chosen, you will need to learn essential study skills to succeed in your degree program. Success isn’t only measured by a passing grade but by being able to apply the knowledge in your new career. Adopting the right study skills will guarantee that you pass your … [Read This...]

Put me in coach I’m ready to lead

On the television show “Married...With Children” Ed O’Neill played the role of Al Bundy. Al was a hapless shoe salesman who always reflected back to his glory days when he played high school football for Polk High. If you were a fan of the show, you certainly remember Al’s #33 jersey and his tall … [Read This...]

6 teamwork tips for leading student activities

Working in campus activities, when the outcome is on you, you might feel pulled in a thousand directions dealing with all the details, disruptions, headaches and nightmares of your next campus event. Dealing with the details is necessary, but I'm sure you can do without the 'disruptions, headaches … [Read This...]

3 Tips for a Smooth Transition to College

Heading off to college is a life-changing transition into adulthood. You have a lot to consider—from choosing where to go and deciding on a major to picking classes, a dorm room and a roommate who doesn't drive you bonkers. Then you'll have internships and jobs to consider. Avoid getting overwhelmed … [Read This...]

Emerging Trends – Non-traditional MBA Careers

Whether out of necessity or out of personal interest, these days MBA graduates are deviating from their old career paths and opting for careers that are non-traditional for them. The following post explores the domain of non-traditional MBA careers. Read on to know more. Shifting MBA … [Read This...]

Now that school is back in session, are you?

Four weeks with your friends and family were fun but now it is time to get back to the work at hand – securing your future so that one day (in the very near future), you can live the life you want to live. Here are five things you can do right NOW to help secure your desired future: Request a … [Read This...]

Study Smarter by Knowing Your Memory Mode

Students I meet on campuses across the country and around the world are always looking for new and better ways to do better on tests. One way I’ve discovered they can do this is by understanding the Memory Mode and how the brain triggers long term memory. When I teach my Memory Workshops we start … [Read This...]

5 Ways for Business Majors to Get a Competitive Edge After Graduation

Business majors rank at the top of the list for most popular majors among college students, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, and competition in the job market is fierce. Keep learning after college so you can skyrocket your career to success. Here are five ways to keep your … [Read This...]

Can You Identify a Campus Rock Star?

We rock. You rock. They rock. I am a rock star. He is a student rock star. She is a professor rock star. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Blah, blah, blah. I spent years around real rock stars and I can tell you they are few and far between. What sets a rock star apart from everyone else is not talent. There … [Read This...]

How Important is That Internship?

When you’re already consumed with classes and extracurricular activities, adding an internship might seem daunting — but for many college students, the benefits of interning far outweigh the costs. By taking an intern-level position in your desired career path, you can gain real-life experience to … [Read This...]

How to Develop Shower, Car Sing Along Confidence: Becoming a More Powerful Leader

That moment when you're in the shower and your favorite song is stuck in your head.  There's nothing like it!  You will hit high notes like Mariah Carey,  sing in perfect bass like that one guy from Boyz II Men, and create your own ad libs like you have been singing since you were  a one-year-old! … [Read This...]

4 Tips for managing your money in college

Living on campus is a blast. You get to meet new people, you’re always close to your classes, even on the farthest end of the school, and the essentials of basic living are right at your fingertips. However, at some point, you’ll move off campus. Whether it’s cheaper or you just want the freedom … [Read This...]

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