Monthly Archives: October 2009

Time Management Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

- As you study, make note cards. Write down important facts you need to know from your notes and reading. Write them in question form – question on the front, answer on the back. When it comes time for a … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Are you really networking? Every young candidate with whom I speak tells me they are “networking” in order to land an internship or entry-level job. But are you really? It seems to me there is a huge misconception about what … Continue reading

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Fitness Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

The ultimate hamstring and glute move At one time or another most people have preformed leg strengthening moves in a fitness class, but I bet you won’t find one as challenging as this one. To begin with, you’ll need a … Continue reading

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

Powerful words to use By Nancy Barry Speaker and Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know “I’m sorry.” These words are difficult for some people to say. A good apology should be offered quickly, … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Strategies for Staying Calm By Barbara McRae, MCC One of my clients, we’ll call her JoAnn, has two teenagers. She asked me to help her say “No” calmly. She tends to avoid any kind of possible conflict, and when she … Continue reading

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