Choosing the Right Mentor

The only way to give a good opinion is to validate it through experience.  A good opinion can be on any subject – life, art, style, politics, and projects.  But as young people, we have limited experience in any of these fields.  So look to a mentor, someone who knows the ropes, to help as a kind of unofficial coach. Recently, in class, a student … Continue reading Choosing the Right Mentor

When Love Meets Science on the 2/4/14 Episode of The Strategy Sessions

Dawn Maslar, Love Biologist, Author, and Professor, joins us on The Strategy Sessions radio show on Tuesday, February 4, 2014, 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ET to talk about the biology of love, what attracts people to one another, and how science signals who we may end up with as mates. Dawn Maslar, MS is an  award-winning author, biology professor, and former radio talk show host. Dawn … Continue reading When Love Meets Science on the 2/4/14 Episode of The Strategy Sessions

#EpicFails and #PRPraise: My Media Report for XtarTalk with Paula Goddard

On Sunday, I had the pleasure of participating in the Correspondents’ Roundtable segment on XtarTalk with Paula Goddard in Washington, DC. The correspondents shared their insight on Education (Jake Scott), Health and Wellness (Rona Oka), Law (Aderson B. Francois, Esq.), and Media and Public Relations (me!). I focused on Media and Public Relations in three specific areas: Corporate, Community, and Careers. Citing the lows (#EpicFails) and … Continue reading #EpicFails and #PRPraise: My Media Report for XtarTalk with Paula Goddard

Four Crucial Factors in Getting a Job

When it comes to getting an internship or a job, don’t rely on others to get you there. I hear it on campus all the time: “The career center isn’t helpful at all.” “Nobody’s really interested in helping me.” “The right support systems aren’t in place.” Often, it seems as though paying college tuition and getting the diploma are legitimate reasons to have a job … Continue reading Four Crucial Factors in Getting a Job