It doesn’t matter who we are, where we come from, or what our beliefs are; the one thing that we all have in common is the desire to be successful in our endeavors. What makes one person successful and another not so successful? What is it that drives the successful person? Here, we have some… Read More


Are you in a funk because it’s taking longer than you thought to find a job? The competition is tough right now, but you can’t let that get you down. The only way you’ll find work is to stay focused. Read how millions of unemployed Americans are keeping motivated while looking for jobs, even though open career doors are hard to find.… Read More


Want to keep your New Years resolution? Then start by breaking it. That way the suspense of “How long it will last.?” is immediately over. NOW you can get on with the business of adopting a real resolution, hopefully one that will last longer than the life of a fruit fly. Read on to find out how you can feel good about making and keeping your New Years resolution.… Read More


Thinking of going to college, but you don’t qualify for scholarships, grants or any of the other free money so often associated with financial aid? Maybe it’s time to consider a college loan. Don’t worry, taking out a college loan is not the scary experience it used to be. Before you cross college off your wish list (due to lack of finances), get the lowdown on college loans.… Read More


What can be done about it? The best cure may be to take care of yourself. Go exercise, even if you don’t think you have time to fit in that half hour of stair-stepping. Eat well, even if you think gulping down a Big Mac might be all you can handle at the moment. Turn off your phone, television and Facebook page for a few hours. Drop in on a friend or sit around the Christmas tree with family — even if you think you should be studying for just one more hour. Because if you take that time to make yourself feel better, you might actually study better.… Read More


Here’s a statement that is true yet annoying: Live like a student when you’re a student, and you can live like a professional when you graduate. Here’s what it means: Don’t borrow so much money when you’re in school. Don’t have a lush lifestyle by spending the money you get from student loans. Try to… Read More


Thinking of going back to college, but wondering how you’re going to pay for it? Before you do something crazy (like give up on your dream) check into employer-subsidized financial aid. Many companies offer assistance, but don’t make that fact well known. Read on to find out how you can learn more about college tuition aid from your employer.… Read More