My schedule over the next two weeks is full. I'm bouncing back and forth between campuses. I've given up on the blissful, even if pointless, pleasure of having zero emails in my inbox. My throat feels especially raw, and my voice has that soft sort of gratey-ness that only comes from talking too loud and … Continue reading Reflections on September
Problems With Procrastination? Maybe Not
Around this type of year in any post-secondary education environment, there's only one thing on students' minds: exams (or as I prefer to call them, "knowledge exploration invitations"). It's a bit of a shame, too, as there's other, happier things to be thinking about around this time of year. Nonetheless, amid bulging auras of festivity … Continue reading Problems With Procrastination? Maybe Not
Emergence: How to Bask in the Sunlight of Your Career
I read a great article the other day by Jim Bright, co-author of the Chaos Theory of Careers. It's a read that's well worth your time, but for those who don't have the will to check out the post in its entirety, I'll share an excerpt below: Curiously not everyone I meet is thrilled when … Continue reading Emergence: How to Bask in the Sunlight of Your Career
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