Whether you are a high school student making a decision about your college selection, a college student interviewing for that first post-college job, or a member of the workforce trying to determine your next directional move, Values need to be a part of your thought and decision-making process.  Values play an important part in our … Continue reading "Value Read More ›

If you’ve been in an elementary classroom in the last twenty years because you are that young, you have children or are an educator, you might have heard a teacher say, ”Ask three before me.”  They are encouraging the students to ask their peers their questions before asking the teacher.  It serves multiple purposes.  Research … Continue reading " Read More ›

Investment, Risk and Reward …it sounds like I have turned financial planner.  Nothing could be further from the truth…..but, I am all about the plan.  Some of my earlier Blogs were about the importance of having a plan.  The plan I referenced was a plan for identifying career direction and using effective tools to meet … Continue reading "Investment, Read More ›

When I write each week, my goal is to bring you thought provoking information, calls to action or information on tools that can help you make informed decisions about your major area of study or career direction.  Last week we talked about choosing marketable majors and the week before was about spending your education dollars … Continue reading "What is It Worth?" Read More ›

Making a decision about career direction is one of life’s bigger game plans.  After all, it is the way in which you will spend at least 8 out of 24 hours for 30 years and in some cases much more.  Some career paths won’t be defined by traditional work hours and will shift directions in … Continue reading "Is That Degree Marketable?" Read More ›