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Networking for Long-Term Value

In Career Readiness, Character Education by Trent Rhodes1 Comment

Imagine yourself at a networking event. There you are, dressed in your best professional clothes because that’s what the advertisement suggested on Meetup.com. You’re standing at the front entrance. It’s about 45 minutes after the event started; you didn’t want to be the absolute first one to walk in without …

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20 Signs Your Vibration is Rising

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You feel it, that penetrating, nagging pull from within that’s telling you to pay attention. You know it. Something is different and that something changed your way of seeing the world and yourself. You now recognize the distinction between the self and the Self. You sense it. From all of …

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A Dose of Heart-Intelligence

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Our current society’s view will provide a picture of how successful we’ve become intellectually. Our diverse cultures developed awesome philosophy, science and technology libraries. Over short time periods we attain some new height in digital manifestation. There is no questioning the human’s capacity for intellect. But intellect alone only manifests …

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Perspective on Stress Management

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Stress management is about the business of just handling one’s state when stress emerges; it exists on the premise that stress is an objective experience that affects everyone the same way. But we can demonstrate this is false by placing two people under the same would-be stressful experience. Stress Affecting …

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Scenario-Based Learning

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To know a definition, how a thing works in a static state is one knowledge: “Self-care is XYZ.” Applied to a real-world situation is another: “If self-care is necessary for my health, then when faced with something that challenges me to ignore it, I do XYZ to maintain it.” People …

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Ban Vs. Educate?

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Ban Vs. Educate? Which is optimal? A ban aims to prevent a behavior. When the behavior is violated, a punitive is given. Punishment. The punishment is to serve as a justice for the behavior violation; it’s labeled a crime. The justice process, going through the punishment is to assist the …