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What’s the Lesson

Comical Explanation

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5 life skills teens need before college

The point is not to overload them, but to help them get ready for the next complicated, exciting, and challenging stage in their education. By the way, I also teach upperclassmen, and they all tell me that while they wished … Continue reading

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Payments and Illusions

I always make my clients and those I supervise pay up front. I just feel if you’re putting your money on the table, you’re more inclined to do the work. Recently, a student handed me his folded bills and said … Continue reading

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A Good Career Without the Debt

I recently reflected on my post Good Career Without the Debt,  after a client and asked if I thought they had white collar internships. I assured him they did, and I thought back on a the article   Earn and learn: Apprenticeships aren’t … Continue reading

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Productivity

Today is a 9 — Get into your work, and find creative solutions. Rearrange the data and look from a different view. Can you use resources from other people? Connect with like-minded professionals. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the … Continue reading

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