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3 Ways to Prep for An Online Course

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Congratulations. You’ve taken the leap into online education. Don’t worry; even though online classes have been available for years it still remains challenging for people. And to some, it’s still “alternative” type of schooling. This is the 21st Century, where more people are walking around with Internet-connected devices in their …

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How to Learn Using Symbols & Meaning

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People don’t change the world. People with ideas do. And not just people with ideas, but people who, accidentally or through conscious effort, charge their ideas with enough energy that they become something important to others. The strength of that belief, by the originator and others, elevates the idea into …

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Feeling Inner Abundance

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Feeling abundant is the opposite of feeling lack. To be spiritually abundant is to… – Feel full on the inside, which enables you to understand the difference between what you really need and just want – See the world as full of opportunities even hidden within those darker elements that …

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The Art of Professionalism

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People become students of various subjects to master them and reap benefits; they range from the cold and calculating sciences to the more empathetic arenas of music, dance and theater. Mental capacities are sharpened to handle social confrontations, creation and refinement of policies and building of communities through the realm …

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The Mind Map for Super Learning

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[embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgJzG_4hiCc[/embedyt] Scene: Classroom Your professor starts the lecture and you immediately feel compelled to either zone out or capture every word. So you take out your trusty notebook, pen and start writing down every word the professor speaks. You write down every word she writes on the board. And …