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    • 1.

      Student Part Time Jobs - Analysis and Strategies

      by Amelie Mag - 2006-11-28
      We choose to go to college to get a better education, to learn how to face challenging demands and most importantly how to meet high expectations. We need to be prepared for the future and this is why...
    • 2.

      Thomas Jefferson Is Rightly Remembered As a Great Founding Father

      by Geoff Ficke - 2006-12-03
      Every school child is imbued with a history of the American Revolution that glorifies the great accomplishments, political, military and social, of the famous founding fathers. We learn that George Wa...
    • 3.

      Positive Problem Solving Not Negative Complaining Challenge

      by Strephon Kaplan-Williams - 2006-12-08
      I once worked at an innovative treatment center as the chief psychotherapist. There in one of the memos to all our seventy staff I put out a direct order to stop complaining. It led to positive result...
    • 4.

      DO Give Your Student a Credit Card When Sending Him/Her of to College

      by Russell Sherrard - 2006-12-21
      Your child made it through high school and will be starting college in the fall. You're so proud and can't wait to see what the future unfolds. You've packed his bags and loaded the truck, and start d...
    • 5.

      How To Be Better Problem Solver

      by Steven Gillman - 2006-12-27
      If you want to be a better problem solver, there are three simple things you can do.1. Learn problem solving techniques. The more you know, the better problem solver you can be.2. Use the techniques r...
    • 6.

      What is Your Management Style? Flexible or Rigid?

      by Portia Neff - 2007-01-02
      What is your Management Style? Are you a flexible person, or are you a person who feels that the "rules are the rules", period! I had a learning experience recently that I thought I would sh...
    • 7.

      How to Negotiate Like A Pro In Long-term Negotiations

      by Mary Greenwood - 2007-01-06
      Ever notice that negotiations usually go much better when there is a history of trust from previous successful negotiations? That is no accident. The good will that is built up over the years allows t...
    • 8.

      Problem-Solving Success Tip: Dealing with Micromanagement

      by Jeanne Sawyer - 2007-01-18
      The more visible and expensive a problem is, the more likely various executives will buzz around "helping" and/or constantly asking how things are going and telling you what to do next. If you're lead...
    • 9.

      The Critical Need For Critical Thinking

      by Keith Center - 2007-01-19
      In the depths of the Second World War the allies were taking punishing bomber losses in the European Theater. It was not just the loss of aircraft but of trained crews that created grave concern. Th...
    • 10.

      The Sales Theory of Relativity: ABC = Always Be Closing!

      by Geoff Ficke - 2007-01-23
      Albert Einstein's famous "Theory of Relativity" (e = mc2) is as familiar to many millions of people as a popular modern commercial limerick for a soft drink or a jingle for a candy bar. Even though ve...