September 29, 2016

Tacoma Community College and Friends Get a Hands-On Lesson in Parliamentary Procedure

I recently did a Student Leadership Training program on Parliamentary Procedure at… [read me]

Tacoma Community College and Friends Get a Hands-On Lesson in Parliamentary Procedure Tacoma Community College and Friends Get a Hands-On Lesson in Parliamentary Procedure

Make Money, Earn Your Degree

Why wait until after you graduate to start earning money? College students have access… [read me]

Make Money, Earn Your Degree Make Money, Earn Your Degree

The first new memory techniques in over 100 years – and they work!

I'll have to admit I take pride in the fact that I'm the only person in over 100… [read me]

The first new memory techniques in over 100 years – and they work! The first new memory techniques in over 100 years - and they work!

Creating a “Day of Service” on Your Campus

A Day of Service is an opportunity for students across the campus to come together… [read me]

Creating a “Day of Service” on Your Campus Creating a "Day of Service" on Your Campus

What is Self Compassion?

Self compassion is a key component of living a Growth in Motion!! lifestyle. It is… [read me]

What is Self Compassion? What is Self Compassion?

A Leadership Boot Camp done right at Georgia Southern University

This past September, I was recruited for combat duty by the Georgia Southern University… [read me]

A Leadership Boot Camp done right at Georgia Southern University A Leadership Boot Camp done right at Georgia Southern University

Marketing your campus club, event or cause by walking around

The phrase "managing by walking around" has tended to be trendy at times within business… [read me]

Marketing your campus club, event or cause by walking around Marketing your campus club, event or cause by walking around

My College Has Closed, Now What?

The announcement that ITT Technical Institute would be permanently closing the doors to all of their campuses threw a wrench into the educational plans and dreams of thousands of college students. The sudden closure of the for-profit school is an uncomfortable reminder that graduation can be … [Read This...]

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Make Money, Earn Your Degree

Why wait until after you graduate to start earning money? College students have access to a wide-range of jobs right at their fingertips, but most students don’t even realize it. From coding to content writing to going into business for yourself or renting out your apartment, students can earn money … [Read This...]

How to Choose the Right College for You

Deciding which college to study at is a big decision, and one you need to make carefully. Just because all your friends are going to one place, or your family is really set on somewhere for you - that doesn't mean it's actually the right choice for you. This article should help you take a step back … [Read This...]

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The first new memory techniques in over 100 years – and they work!

I'll have to admit I take pride in the fact that I'm the only person in over 100 years to invent new memory techniques. Why? Because I'm a serious advocate of developing real study skills that will not only help you get better grades, but will actually help you to learn. Memory training as an art … [Read This...]

Back to School Weight Loss Diet Plan for Fall

Choosing the Right Time: If you are contemplating adopting a weight loss regimen, now is the perfect time to get serious about ‘getting-on-with-it’. Don’t let time become your enemy that sets you up to fail by being under the misconception that New Years is the perfect time or waiting to try next … [Read This...]

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How To Kick Start Your Career – Tips For Clueless Students

Image Source: Pixabay The human mind is very fickle. Definitely what we decide today may have some control over how our life may turn out in the years to come. But these decisions may not necessarily define who we may turn out to be as a person in the future. The same thing happens with most … [Read This...]

Using Brain-based Study Methods and Life-long, Self-directed Learning

What are the requirements of a person dedicated to learning and achieving big things in life, a person who won’t settle for less and keep on aiming higher and higher? Other than the sweat and blood they pour on to their work, they tend to find ways to smartly do their work as compared to those who … [Read This...]

Start the School Year Off on the Right Foot

Every September, millions of teenagers and young adults will be lamenting the end of summer and beginning a new chapter in their educational careers. And with a new school year comes the need for all new supplies. This includes not only the basics, like backpacks and notepads, but gear and clothing … [Read This...]

Freshman Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

When you begin your college life, nobody hands you a manual so that you can safely tread through it.  It is supposed to be comprised of trials and errors.  Freshman year is when most of the mistakes are made; later on majority of the students eventually wise up and learn from their mistakes.  I am … [Read This...]

Tacoma Community College

Tacoma Community College and Friends Get a Hands-On Lesson in Parliamentary Procedure

I recently did a Student Leadership Training program on Parliamentary Procedure at Tacoma Community College that was piggy-backed on a 3 day conference that I was coming to in the area so I was able to give them a really good rate. According to the training coordinator their student government … [Read This...]

Boost your marketability from the moment you step on campus - photo copyright 2011 Rick Sherrell

Boost Your Marketability from the Second You Step on Campus

As this blog post comes out, we are getting deeper into summer and your first days of college are still the furthest thing from your mind. So, I’ll save some student-prof talk for when we are closer to that time. For now, I’m going to ask you to start thinking about your future career—and I’m … [Read This...]

5 Secrets to Landing a Job in the Health Care Industry

Finding the right type of job within the health care industry requires time, planning, and presenting yourself in the most effective manner. Consider these ideas for landing the job that will be your niche within the health care industry. Secure a Degree from an Accredited Institution It is … [Read This...]

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What is Self Compassion?

Self compassion is a key component of living a Growth in Motion!! lifestyle. It is an important aspect of self empowerment. Growth in Motion™!! = Self Care + Self Empowerment + Self Knowledge + Self Direction The ‘self’ implies a focus on “me” or “I” and can be defined as our personality, … [Read This...]

Top Ways to Exercise Your Study Muscles

Though many students put in the extra effort to stay physically fit when they get to college (anything to help ward off the Freshman Fifteen, right?), far too many forget that they need to stay mentally fit as well. In fact, for many freshman students just arriving to college, the additional … [Read This...]

Enhance your career prospects with co- and extra-curriculars - photo copyright Rick Sherrell

Enhance your career prospects with co- and extra-curriculars

Sometimes in college, the process of getting a degree can seem plodding and ineffective. Many students passionate and eager to get started in their professions can become frustrated when they're forced to sit in a classroom absorbing materials that don't relate to their desired field of employment. … [Read This...]

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