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Monthly Archives: January 2012
We cannot stop time, create time, or control time. But we all can effectively manage our priorities. Time management is a myth. Can’t be done. I can manage my finances (spend less, earn more). I can manage my weight (eat … Continue reading
What is common sense is not always common practice. As a skill, critical thinking is a no-brainer; especially in a democratic society. Yet what is common sense is not always common practice. Today, let’s examine a model that will help us be more … Continue reading
Study skills are really about discipline; about developing habits that move you and me (not just students) closer to our goals; about little choices that have huge results. It is not unusual for students to be a bit “put off” … Continue reading