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The Increasingly Hollow College Degree & the career guidance Scam

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Nutshell: In this 5-minute read you will understand why college is NOT a place where a student is going to figure out who they really are, and the Personality Expert career guidance professional you need to use BEFORE your student … Continue reading

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2 key reasons parents are unhappy with their child’s emotional or behavioral evaluation

Posted on by Thomas Brunner

1) Many assessment reports only give a diagnosis, which does not reach deeply inside the child You should not settle for anything less than a great assessment! Great emotional or behavioral assessment is NOT about getting a diagnosis only.  Diagnoses … Continue reading

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7 summer strategies to minimize the Pandemic year’s damage to your child’s education

Posted on by Thomas Brunner

5 min read What you will get from this?  By the end of this article you’ll have a toolbox of strategies to choose from to use this summer to make sure your child hits the ground running this fall. You … Continue reading

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7 Critical Remote Learning Parent COVID-19 Survival Strategies

Posted on by Thomas Brunner

5 min read Questions that will be answered: –How can parents determine their child’s current academic skills? –What at-home standardized measures are available to parents? –How can parents effectively respond to their child’s remote learning challenges? –-How can you interview … Continue reading

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Combating our Student Great Depression with Precisely Engineered Career Guidance (PECG)

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Young people worldwide are watching their academic institutions struggle to find ways to deliver a quality online curriculum while their school requires the same tuition rate.  Couple this fact with the stark reality that tuition has already become a runaway … Continue reading

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Finding your Needle in the Haystack of Careers: How to identify the most meaningful and lifelong occupation

Posted on by Thomas Brunner

By the end of this quick read, you will have learned about a user friendly process to identify your Core Assets that goes far beyond traditional Career Guidance For you or your child to find a deeply meaningful, economically prosperous … Continue reading

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The secret to most powerfully exploiting the post COVID-19 education buyers market

Posted on by Thomas Brunner

COVID-19 is fundamentally restructuring the global education market.  Things will never be the same, nor should they be! We have all known for at least a decade that higher education tuition has become irrationally, unbearably expensive.  Parents have had enough, … Continue reading

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Moving from an unfulfilling pre-COVID-19 job by finding your post-pandemic vocational Calling

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Tens of millions of people will be laid off or have their positions terminated through downsizing as a result of this devastating pandemic.  The sad reality is many people, judging by the comments they are posting online, never felt a … Continue reading

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Quiet and nerdy laboratory scientists offer us a model of how to behave – but are you listening and learning?

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Under ugly fluorescent artificial lights, right now, working 24/7, there is an infinitesimally small group of white coat nerds focused on beating this novel virus.  They don’t have time to go online and offer bombastic opinions.  They are busy trying … Continue reading

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Facing your Shadow in this time of COVID-19 pandemic darkness

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Everybody has a shadow, but no one wants to look at it.  At least the Shadow I am talking about.  The idea of the “Shadow” was coined by Dr. Carl Jung,  one of four brilliant depth psychologists who explored the … Continue reading

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