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Monthly Archives: July 2011
If you have been anywhere near a television, Internet video, or newspaper you have been inundated with stories about the debt ceiling and our national debt. Lots of talk, yelling, and finger pointing. And while the economics, the politics, and … Continue reading
Venn diagrams can strike fear into the hearts of those of us who are mathematically-challenged. Those pesky circles–the brainchild of John Venn circa 1880–intersecting here and overlapping there can be intimidating. Wikipedia.com says the Venn diagram “shows all possible logical … Continue reading
One of the chapters in my book Choices for College Success (Pearson, 2011) provides a broad view of the six dimensions of life (social, occupational, spiritual, physical, intellectual, and emotional). Titled “Treating Yourself with Respect,” its premise is that we … Continue reading
Larry Crowne is a rather predictable romantic comedy. As Tom Hanks said on a television talk show, “I go to school and Julia Roberts is my teacher and guess what happens?” Crowne (Hanks’ character) faces a series of personal challenges, not … Continue reading