San Clememte, CA (PressExposure) February 04, 2009 -- Some sources are saying that there is now only 1 job for every 3 graduates. What should students do? How should parents handle spending cutbacks and budgeting with their kids? What can students do to ensure a more promising tomorrow?
WHO: Kent Healy, 25 year-old author of 6 books and leader on student and young adult success.
Segment/ Discussion points include:
* Suffering from an Expectation Hangover: what's realistic for new grads
* No overnight success--The importance of keeping sights on steady long term goals during turbulent times.
* New economy; New attitudes. What paradigms are needed for success in today's economic climate for teens and 20-somethings.
* How do I talk to my kids about the economic downturn? Tips for parents-child relationships
* I'm out of collegeâ¦ now what?
* BYOB (Be Your Own Boss): Recognize opportunities to flourish during touch times
* Job competition just got more intense. Hiring tips for teens and grads.
* Money managementâTips to handling money during a challenging market.
Kent Healy: Author of 6 books, success coach, columnist, professional speaker, and entrepreneur. Kent has become one of the foremost go-to experts on student success and motivation. Learn more about Kent at:
"After my first radio interview with Kent, I was completely fascinated with his grasp on life's meaning, its challenges, and what it means to take personal responsibility. What has equally impressed me is his ability to communicate with all ages, as has been confirmed by my audience's response, which is why he has returned as a guest on my show many times. He is always entertaining, energetic, and informative, and every topic is new and exciting. There are few guests who have been able to bring the same consistency of quality to my show."
- Joanie Greggains, KGO Radio, San Francisco
"The ideas promoted by Kent and Kyle Healy are the perfect step in the right direction â¦ As radio guests they hit a home run in every way possible, from their on-air enthusiasm to listeners who inquire post-haste through word of mouth --that is, someone who didn't hear the interview makes an inquiry because someone who did passed along an enthusiastic word. I just hope TV programs don't steal these guys away from us radio folk; I'll be hard pressed to find guests this good on a subject this important."
- Bruce Maiman, KFBK Radio, Sacramento