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Nisreen Khalaf

About Nisreen Khalaf

Nisreen is a Thinking Into Results facilitator and coach who guides her client to achieve the success they desire and fulfill their dreams. Nisreen, who is intensely growth- and goal-oriented, helps individuals, groups and companies discover their deepest goals and desires, reach their potential and achieve their personal and professional goals. Nisreen Khalaf is an author of her first book “My Millennials”. She is a mother to three millennials, whom she have raised to challenge the status quo and go after what they want in life, believing that there’s more potential in each one of them than the average job and lifestyle. Nisreen has worked in non-profit organizations for over twenty years in development and humanitarian aid. Her passion to people and wanting to see a world full of hope and love, she focused in her career working for refugees.

Why Millennial Depression Is on the Rise

By |2020-02-21T19:25:25-05:00March 13th, 2019|Categories: Millennials|Tags: , |

Student debt, social media among the factors cited for the increase in depression among young adults. Share on PinterestImproving nutrition and reducing isolation are two of the suggested tips for helping ease depression. Getty Images Depression may be on the rise among younger millennials even as typical risk factors such as substance use and antisocial behavior [...]

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Counselors in Schools

By |2020-03-03T12:21:19-05:00March 2nd, 2019|Categories: Career|Tags: , , |

"It is not enough that counselors provide the students with general information that can be researched nowadays easily. The education sector needs to invest in educating and training counselors regularly to be of better guidance to the next generation."

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Unexpected Ways Millennials Are Impacting Higher Education

By |2020-02-21T19:25:50-05:00March 2nd, 2019|Categories: Career, generations, Millennials|Tags: |

Millennials are making their mark on higher education. This plugged-in generation learns differently, and education institutions are starting to take note. Yet the education industry, with its emphasis on “focus work” over the more collaborative techniques Millennials prefer, might not be adapting quickly enough. Generation Z students, born with smartphones in their hands, are right around [...]

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By |2020-02-21T19:26:03-05:00March 2nd, 2019|Categories: Millennials|Tags: , |

INTRODUCTION The millennial generation – roughly defined as those born in the 1980s and 1990s – have now surpassed the Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation.1 At over 75 million strong and still growing, millennials are dramatically changing the face of America. Having come of age in a world where internet access is widely available and mobile [...]