Your Path to College Starts with Self-Discovery

  Choosing where to go to college is one of the most important decisions of your life, but over a third of students will make a wrong choice. In fact, one third of them will transfer to a different school in their freshman or sophomore year. Whether it’s being unsatisfied with their school experience or choosing a major that isn’t

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Leadership Hacks: Surviving Your First Job

The process of getting a new job can feel like one of the most difficult and stressful experiences. This feeling is exponentially true when it comes to stepping into your first full-time job.  Your first job can be an exciting experience, but can also be full of frustration. In fact, 58 percent of jobs started by those between the ages

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Maximizing Your Campus Visits

  Only three percent of students have the kind of transformative experience in college that fosters personal success and happiness, according to a 2014 study by Gallup and Purdue University. Three percent.  Whether you live on campus or off, are part-time or full-time, the culture really matters. So before selecting a school, you need to carefully consider what is important

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The Hidden Power of Rest

We live in the era of hidden advantages. Every day highly successful individuals search for the next great way to optimize their lives.The truth is, one of the greatest ways to increase your productivity is right at your fingertips, and it’s something we’ve probably all struggled with at some point in our lives. I believe that rest is the key

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Leading in the Age of Social Media

In the last 15 years, the online world’s power dynamic has gone from a select group of consolidated gatekeepers to being driven by individual creative expression. Platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter are blowing the lid off of the old cultural boundary lines, and now everyone can speak to anyone. Regardless of someone’s socioeconomic status, religion, or place of

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6 Ways to Develop Your Character

Character is the bridge between who you actually are and who people expect you to be. People automatically expect good character from their leaders, and that is a big reason why they agree to follow them. There are people in your organization who may never meet you face to face, but they will know your reputation because of your character.

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