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Dec9, 2016

Seriously Vs. Literally – “Our Employees Are Our Greatest Asset”

December 9th, 2016|0 Comments

One of the best analogies I read of the recent Presidential election came from journalist Salena Zito who said, 'The media took Trump literally, but not seriously, and the Trump supporters took him seriously, but [...]

Dec2, 2016

Salaries Up for 2016 College Grads

December 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

Salaries for 2016 college grads are on the rise. Computer Science and Engineering grads continue to lead the pack in terms of starting pay, but all of the top 5 categories saw significant increases over [...]

Nov10, 2016

God Still Does Miracles – I Am Living Proof!

November 10th, 2016|0 Comments

"I am immortal until the will of God for me is accomplished."  - David Livingstone One Week Before My Wreck - in the Texas Hill Country   The quote above means more to me than [...]

Sep12, 2016

Why Interests Don’t Work Well for College or Career Planning

September 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Consultants in the college and career planning industry often use assessment instruments to help the students choose a career direction, or sometimes even a specific career. The most common types of assessments used are ones that [...]

Feb16, 2016

Should I Choose a College That Lets Me Choose a Major Later?

February 16th, 2016|0 Comments

Try to consider all sides of this issue. A student told me recently that he had decided where he was going to college, and that it was a school where he didn’t have to choose a [...]

Feb11, 2016

Texas’ Top 10% Rule Back in the News

February 11th, 2016|0 Comments

University of Texas Chancellor Bill McRaven is now on board against the Top 10% rule in Texas. His comments were included in a Jan 22 article in The Texas Tribune that covered his comments in front of [...]