Judy’s Blog Archive

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About Dreambridge Partners Video

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NAAAP Conference- Sponsor & Employer Benefits Video

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A Point about the Amy Chua Phenomenon…

I think most of us have heard of Amy Chua in the last couple of weeks, made into a phenomenon because of her book on being a Tiger mother and purporting a superior child raising approach that is attributed to an ethnic identify. I must say that I have felt sucked

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Awakening to Our Greatness: In Memoriam

As a child of Chinese immigrants, I know (as do others like me know), that we have been taught to repay our parents' sacrifices with our filial piety, respect and societal success. I would say my father and mother would place "living our life purpose" at the top of the list

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Sell Yourself into the Right Job: Know your Potential Employer Like a “Life Partner”

You can sell effectively to the extent you really understand the wants and needs of a sought-after employer, as if it were a "potential life partner". It's like the early stage of a romance. Think about how much research you do on a person (talking to others, reading that person,

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Impatience with Waiting

As I've gathered with my friends, I have come to a place of impatience. Impatience with how so many of us, myself included, have been waiting to live as full a life as possible. It may be the condition of humans. But I do find this affliction more prevalent

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Mid-term elections – what does that strike in you?

The "big day" is tomorrow, hyped and hyped for months. Apparently $3billion (!) will have been spent in advertising alone, breaking the record for mid-term elections. As hard as it is for me to stay on the sidelines, I've been trying my best to "watch" this experience. How I

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Testing Personal Limits and Negotiables in Your Profession

One of the discussion points that I found particularly riveting was the question of how do we know when we've hit the boundaries of what is "comfortable and acceptable" for me?

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Career Success: I Dare You!

In America, if you want a successful career, you must be willing to recognize your uniqueness and your capability. You must proudly let the world know. Be open to respecting and celebrating all your wonderful accomplishment.

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Helping International Students Acculturate at the Beginning of the Academic Year

As record numbers of international students arrive onto US campuses, I am reminded of how tenuous a time it is for so many students. Arriving in a new country without family, finding and setting up home, becoming functional in a new culture and establishing a foothold in our academic setting --