August 18, 2012
Want to know how to get your own personal style? David Goldsmith, business guru and accidental personal stylist, shares tips on how to create a style all your own. Super fun show for challenged fashionistas. (Hint: get a color chart and save yourself some money)
June 1, 2012
The freshman year of college is a huge Rite of Passage from the teenager to the young adult. Three college freshmen Cyndi Patterson, Franny Chung, and Christine Rheem share their experience, advice, and stories.
May 25, 2012
A very passionate Erika Andersen (www.erikaandersen.com) shares six leadership characteristics that create culture and build a firm foundation for success. Did you know it is easier to change beliefs than values? This is a ‘must listen to’ for anyone who wants to better understand themselves and the people around them.
May 18, 2012
What to know practical tips for scoring better on the SAT? Do not miss this show. SAT expert and tester Debbie Stier shares strategies for improving your SAT score.
May 12, 2012
Freelance writing opportunities abound. Do you know where to find them or how to effectively pitch an editor? Charles Salzberg (http://charlessalzberg.com/) has authored over 25 non-fiction books, many articles for big name magazines, at least 3 fiction books, and a screen play. He shares ancedotes, insights, and advice for tapping into this ever growing market.
May 5, 2012
Earl Hadden and Jim McNeely share what it takes to sustain a successful small business. The Small Business Success Project is the brain child of Earl’s that calls for accountability on both personal and professional levels. Learn how to bench mark areas of your own life and be more successful.
April 20, 2012
Matthew Hudson, author of 7 Laws of Magical Thinking, discusses how creating connections between unrelated events is part of our everyday lives. We attribute successes and failures s to karma, avoid walking under ladders, and believe when we die we are going to continue living on in some form or another. Really interesting show!
April 13, 2012
Lauren Berger is the owner of http://internqueen.com/ and author of All Work, No Pay. She shares strategies for getting fabulous internships throughout the nation.
April 6, 2012
For four years, Dr. Deborah Tannen held the number 1 spot on the New York Times Bestseller List with her book You Just Don’t Understand Me. In this show we discuss how men and women, Northerners and Southerners, and others, communicate.
March 31, 2012
Personal and professional self-promotion is a necessity in today’s world and doing it naturally is an art form that will take you places. The Word Factory’s Margot Lester explains how to promote yourself without feeling icky.