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Do you follow the rules?

Do you follow the rules? I always thought I was a moderate rule follower. I was a good kid, never really got into any trouble, and did well in school, progressed through my undergraduate and graduate studies. Got jobs, got … Continue reading

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First Impressions Count: College Admissions and Job Interviews

Look at someone you don’t know. Now quickly look away. Who was the person that you looked at? What assumptions did you come to after a brief glance? Did you notice what they were wearing: the color or style of … Continue reading

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My Empty-Nester Story; or, My Second Half.

Head 4 Success College & Career Counceling is my newest business venture. Throughout my life I have had a few. I started with aspirations of being an opera singer! I then became an elementary school teacher, a mother, a group … Continue reading

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One Week Until The Nest Is Empty.

Even though my nest is about to empty for the second time, I must admit I have noticed that “the blues” have descended upon me. The first time my nest went from 3 to 2, was very traumatic; from 2 … Continue reading

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Let yourself go

Just for one moment, let yourself go. Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and then open your mind, open your heart, and imagine your ideal life. Don’t think about how you might ever be able to get to that … Continue reading

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Is your handshake a “dead fish”?

So, you have graduated from college and are going on your first professional interview. What does your handshake represent? Do you have a dead fish? From the time I was a little girl, my grandfather always impressed upon me the … Continue reading

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