Monthly Archives: October 2008

Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Laughter is Good for the Soul By Nancy Barry Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know Laughter connects us with others and is contagious. It can cause a domino effect of joy and excitement, … Continue reading

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Networking Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Don’t Forget to Network with Mom and Dad Your family members count as part of your network. Ask your parents if they’d be willing to brainstorm any of their contacts who might be helpful for you. You’d be amazed at … Continue reading

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Counter-Intuitive Career Building: Making the Most of Everyday Contacts We’ve all heard the insufferable phrase: it’s not about what you know; it’s about who you know. If this statement is true, it seems a little counter-intuitive to even bother with … Continue reading

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Mental Health Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Three Key Ingredients for True Happiness (Part I) Acceptance There are 3 key ingredients in the recipe for true happiness. The first ingredient is Acceptance. (The other two will follow in the next round of monthly tips) Accepting Yourself: A … Continue reading

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Twentysomething Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

(originally published in The Huffington Post) Dear Christine, I just found out my parents are getting a divorce which has totally caught me off guard as I thought they’d be married forever. Although I am a married adult with my … Continue reading

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