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Category Archives: Student Advice

6 Success Mental Makeovers

This is the last and most important post in this three part series.  Here are the first two: What I wish I knew as a high school senior. How to get the most out of college. Focus on the right things in life: Hopefully you took the opportunity in college to learn both inside and […]

How to Get The Most Out of College

High school is in your rear view mirror and there is no changing what happened there.  As I discussed in the first post of this three part series (Post 1), high school is great to lay the foundation, but the popularity contests involved and success factors of normal school systems don’t have much weight past getting […]

I Wish I Had Known…. Part 1 of 3

High school doesn’t matter.   The “popular” kids will never have any impact on your life or career.   Internships, not classes are the key to college success.    The big house and car are not the American dream, flexibility is. Success doesn’t involve money! There are many things that I wish I had known […]


Take a moment to think about that statement and if it holds true in your life.  When someone asks you what you are passionate about, you usually reference a hobby or desired career.  Is the conversation or dream where your passion stops?  Stop talking about your passion and start taking passionate action! Take Action Today: […]

Take Action List

2 people inspired me to do the impossible,… or at least work towards accomplishing goals on my own version of an impossible list!  First is my wonderful (and beautiful) wife!  She has a saying that I love; “Make it public, make it happen.”  This is so true.  If you tell someone that you are going to […]

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