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Students Blog2017-12-04T13:12:11+00:00

Why Some New College Grads Earn a Bad Reputation at Their New Job

When you graduate from college, you are entitled to have a little pride in that accomplishment.  After all, while approximately 88% of the population graduates from high school, only 1/3 of the adult population reports holding a bachelor’s degree or higher.  Earning that college degree means that you have been successful working your life plan.  You had a goal, you took action to […]

You Earned Your Degree and Got a Job, Now What?

As you don your cap and gown and walk across that graduation stage, you are taking the first steps in the next phase of your life’s journey.  Wait—did I say first steps?  Next phase?

Did you think that on graduation day your work was over?  Hopefully, not, but you might be tempted to feel that way.  After all, you have been climbing a steep hill to […]

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Failure Is Not Your Cue to Quit

ESTIMATED READ TIME: 6 MINUTES, 13 SECONDS

As you think about finishing high school and applying to college, there may be one scary factor lurking in your mind . . . failure.  What if I don’t get into the college of my choice?  What if my grades aren’t good enough?  What if I don’t major in the right thing to find […]

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Your Vision: An Essential Catalyst to Success

ESTIMATED READ TIME: 4 MINUTES, 32 SECONDS

When you think about your future, what do you see?  Do you see yourself graduating from high school?  Do you see yourself going to college, and is it a large school or small school?  Are you staying close to home or moving away?  Do you think about your career and what you would like to […]

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How to Find Your Success Needle in Life’s Haystack

ESTIMATED READ TIME: 3 MINUTES, 58 SECONDS

You’ve heard the saying “it’s like finding a needle in a haystack.”  What that means is that something is difficult to find—like a small, silver sewing needle that has fallen into a large stack of hay or straw.  You could sift through for hours and still never find the needle.  But, what if you had […]

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