I am proud to have another blog featured on Bentley University's IMPACT site - and as an added bonus this time, it is also featured on the front page of Boston.comAn excerpt is below or click on any of these links for the full blog.

After 20 years at work, first in the corporate world and then building my own business, I began to think back on when I was 20 years old. A sophomore – recall that the root of the word is “wise fool” – I thought I knew a few things about what awaited me in the world. Nothing beats experience, though.
Midway through a successful career, with several professional peaks and valleys, here is what I would have advised that young Bentley student when she was halfway through her college education.

Debbie Millin is President of UpperLevel Solutions - a Boston-based firm offering part-time and interim Chief Operating Officer services, operational assessments and executive project leadership.



Kathryn Taylor
03/29/2013 12:14pm

Yesterday my company sponsored a luncheon for students from a local high school to share with them some of these very same things. Thanks for a great article!

10/22/2014 10:41pm

The process of assignment writing involves the use of headings. The proper use of headings in accordance to the topic is very necessary for the format of the assignment. The student must have the information of making good and attractive headings.

Comments are closed.