Growing Up Is Hard to Do

Growing Up Is Hard to Do

What do you want to be when you grow up? When small children are asked what they would like to be when they grow up, they often say, “I want to be a doctor.”  Have you ever wondered why?  Could it be that the doctor is the one person they see on a regular basis? Think...

Are You In the Flow?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics says we might hold ELEVEN different jobs in our lifetime. Makes me tired just thinking about it! Is this troubling for you? Some people thrive on change, and there is some neuroscience research to support that “novel” experiences...

Art Makes Me Happy, But Can It Pay the Bills?

Natural artistic talent creates issues for students and their parents. Everyone knows the odds are against it that an actor will be the next Benedict Cumberbatch or a singer the next Audra McDonald. But, almost always, decisions about careers in the arts are based on...

Do You Have a Personal Brand?

Have you noticed the shift in college admissions lately? For a long while now, admissions offices have discussed “crafting a class” or “admitting a well-rounded class.” Elite institutions have the luxury of looking at thousands of applications and cherry-picking the...

ROI = The College Experience

Return On Investment….Should Christian Parents Use a Different Measure? “The years between adolescence and adulthood are a crucible in which moral meaning is being formed, and central to that formation is a vision of integrity which coherently connects...
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