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Monthly Archives: October 2014
The takeaway for me is not that we made errors but we have taken time to reflect and grow. We just passed the halfway point of our semester. It is a natural reflection point to examine where we have been … Continue reading
As Aristotle said, “Excellence is not an act, but rather a habit.” Ever wonder what separates the achievers from the non-achievers (besides what they actually achieve)? In the November issue of Success Magazine, Tom Corley outlines what he calls “Rich … Continue reading
Where have you allowed clutter to invade your life? When you hear the word clutter, what pops into your mind? A desk with piles upon piles of paper? Your kid’s bedroom? Your bedroom? The kitchen sink? The backseat of your … Continue reading
Identify a motivational best practice you have used in the past. How can you apply this to a current dream you have? On the first day of class each semester, I ask my students to write their college dream into … Continue reading