Monthly Archives: January 2008

Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip – February

Too Much, Too Little, or Just Right? By Barbara McRae, MCC The reference to “helicopter parents” has resurfaced in the news lately. For those of you unfamiliar with it, the term describes parents who unnecessarily hover over their high school … Continue reading

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Nutrition Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

~Courtesy of Nutrition By Natalie

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

Let’s talk about a new year and a new you – and by that I mean a new online image! I could seriously write a long essay just on cleaning-up your online image. It’s that important. I frequently present to … Continue reading

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Communication Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

Conquering Controlling Parents (Part I) by Professor Joe Martin As I travel speaking, teaching, and touring from college to college, high school to high school, and city to city, there’s only one question I get asked more than “What’s up … Continue reading

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Youth Entrepreneurship Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

Be an Entrepreneur AND an Employee? Having enough money to start a business is one thing. Having enough money to keep your business going is something else. You may find it necessary to have a part-time job in addition to … Continue reading

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