Monthly Archives: October 2009

Resiliency Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

One of the most common outcomes of our busy lives is that we feel extreme time pressure to do all that we need to do –  and then stay up late to get things done. Unfortunately, losing valuable sleep wreaks … Continue reading

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20 Something Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Golden Rule By: Christine Hassler It’s time to cut yourself some slack. Most of us are experts at being hard on ourselves and novices at being easy with ourselves. Listen to your self-talk. How many times per day do you … Continue reading

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20 Something Career Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Applying to Graduate School? Stop and Think. By: Alexandra Levit This week in METRO: Here’s a story I hear all the time. A recent grad laments her difficult job search. Apparently, when HR reps see the MBA on her resume, … Continue reading

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College Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – October

Be who you want to be now Do something now to help your dreams advance to their next step By Jim Elliker, article courtesy of Next Step Magazine “Lots of us wish we were doing something else entirely. But instead … Continue reading

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