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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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MANY reasons why your child should NOT go to college immediately after high school

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BY THE END OF THIS ARTICLE….. ….. You’ll understand why the core question you need to ask yourself is “Is my child emotionally and mentally ready for college?” NOT “Does my kid have the aptitude for college?”  As physician Louis … Continue reading

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How to stop following the herd of parents enslaving themselves in debt by naively dropping their kid off at the College Bus Station with $100,000 of tuition money

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Colleges are bus stations; multitudes roll in and are processed, but with minimal deeply personalized guidance on what bus route to take.  The national average of students per counselor is 477 to 1 (California Department of Education, May 2015).  The … Continue reading

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2 Tables Make it Crystal Clear: Sending your child to college without a precise career plan is no longer an option

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Tuition for colleges and even vocational training programs has increased to the point where it is not even affordable for higher income families unless they put themselves into financial debt. Meanwhile, a great amount of students go to college who … Continue reading

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FIVERR.COM: Test drive your dream career at the click of a button

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If you have a high schooler or college student who is currently trying to figure out what they want to do for the rest of their life, Fiverr.com is a wonderful place to do some career exploration for students, young … Continue reading

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