5 Questions Students Should Answer Before Choosing a College

Press Release Overview High school juniors are planning what colleges to tour in the Spring, while seniors are beginning to receive their college acceptance letters. Student Launch Pad guides students through the five key questions to ask before making their college choices. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 18, 2015 Many high school juniors are planning campus […]

Press Release: Student Launch Pad Rolls out Online Coaching Program for Students

Student Launch Pad’s coaching program for college acceptances, college major selection, and career guidance is now fully online, in addition to its one-on-one coaching programs. The online program offers a convenient and affordable coaching alternative for high school and college students. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 28, 2015 Student Launch Pad announces the launch of a fully […]

How adaptability and authenticity should impact your career choice

As I pursue my Doctor of Education, I am researching how students make decisions to find meaningful careers. I’ve noticed two themes that have emerged in the research on finding meaningful careers: adaptability and authenticity. What do these two seemingly different topics mean for you as you consider what career path to take?     First, let’s […]

How to move past worry and stress

Do you struggle with worry and stress? If you’re like the students that I coached last week, you have at least some stress in your life, whether over school, family, friends, extracurricular activities etc. During the Dale Carnegie Generation Next 3-day workshop that I helped lead last week, the middle, high school, and college students all had […]

Where's your focus: Proving or Developing Yourself?

Do you focus on proving your abilities or developing them? There’s a big difference between proving and developing. One is all about striving, which will soon exhaust you. The other is based on growth, which is energizing. Take Charlotte, a college sophomore who is majoring in biology because she wanted to prove her ability to […]

Stop Stressing, Start Acting

For seniors in high school, getting the mail during the months of January through May is particularly stressful as any day could deliver a college acceptance or rejection letter. For college freshman, right now you’re beginning to wonder how to spend your first college summer. And college sophomores better declare a major soon. All of […]