See It First: Janice Caine, Giacomo Giammatteo, and Matthew Aubert

See It First: Janice Caine, Giacomo Giammatteo, and Matthew Aubert

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College Road Trips A Parent’s Guide by Janice Caine

College Road Trips A Parent's Guide by Janice Caine

When you’re a parent with a college-bound teen, navigating the college search can be a whole new and confusing world—especially if you’re a ‘first-time’ parent and only too aware that your child’s entire future could hang on getting the college tours exactly right.

In ‘College Road Trips, A Parent’s Guide: How to organize your teen’s college visits without losing your mind’, you’ll learn that with the right help and guidance, organizing college visits doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Indeed it can be enriching and informative. It can even be fun!

But as a busy family where on earth do you start? How do you help your teen narrow down college choices and decide which schools to visit? How can you be sure of getting the most out of every visit? How do you put together an itinerary that will allow every college visit to run like clockwork? What’s the best way to get a realistic sense of a college’s offerings, including those extracurricular activities and options that enrich the overall college experience?

This handbook, written by Janice Caine, CEO of Custom College Visits, offers families valuable tips to negotiate the daunting college tour maze. She brings her personal experiences as a parent together with her business skills as a college consultant and former meeting and travel planner to guide parents through the dizzying research and frenzy of planning college visits—with the goal of helping you target and visit schools up close so you can provide your teen with the information needed to make informed decisions.

This essential, user-friendly guide shows you how to cut through all the hassle, headaches and time-wasting to create logical, straightforward itineraries and schedules. It provides a checklist of all those vital details that need to be attended to before you depart—everything from arranging appointments with faculty members to determining your route and making travel arrangements.

The guidebook discusses those all-important interviews and why preparation is everything, including suggestions for conversation starters that can impress an interviewer and help your teen stand out.

Of course, being at college isn’t just about the academics, and the book touches upon what your teen might wish to look for outside the classroom. There are tips for finding out about extracurricular clubs and activities, talking with ‘real life college students’ plus a host of other all-too-easily-overlooked aspects that can provide a crucial window into the wider college community.

Whether you and your teen decide to arrange your own college tours and on-campus visits, or you choose the services of a professional, the information contained in ‘College Road Trips, A Parent’s Guide: How to organize your teen’s college visits without losing your mind’ will prove invaluable for the family who wants to be sure of getting the final decision exactly right.


No Mistakes Resumes by Giacomo Giammatteo

No Mistakes Resumes by Giacomo Giammatteo

Warning: Reading this book could get you a new job. Keep your resume out of the trash!

  • Discover the secrets to a perfect resume.
  • Learn the 3 most important parts of a resume.
  • Find out how to get the hiring manager’s attention.
  • Learn which sections of your resume can send it to the trash.
  • Uncover the magnificence of the perfect cover letter.)

What you’ll get out of No Mistakes Resumes:
If you’ve ever wondered why you didn’t get called for an interview when you knew you fit the job–this book explains why.

What makes me qualified to write this book?

I’ve been a headhunter for more than 30 years, and I have evaluated, screened, and edited a gazillion resumes. I know a gazillion sounds like a lot, and maybe it wasn’t quite that many, but it was a lot of resumes.

I see people make the same mistakes over and over again–mistakes that keep them from being considered for the jobs they want. That’s why I wrote this book–to help people get the jobs they really want.

No Mistakes Resumes. Change your life today! Danger! This book contains sarcasm, humor, and damn good information.

So what are you waiting for? Want to know how to get that interview? Get the No Mistakes Resumes book.


Exclusive Goal Setting For Weight Management by Matthew Aubert

Goal Setting For Weight Management by Matthew Aubert

Weight Loss Management is one of the vital concerns of health authorities who are truly dedicate in the preservation of good and better living. They are focusing themselves in this line of work so that they can easily control and monitor the condition of every person that needs support, medications and treatments so that for these people to overcome their difficulty in their diet program. The concept of this article is to make people aware on why they have to be conscious about their weight condition and on how they can prevent illness that might occur in the near future because they just neglected their unhealthy situation.

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