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About Roadtrip Nation! - Roadtrip Nation About Roadtrip Nation! - Roadtrip Nation Roadtrip Nation empowers you to define your own road in life instead of traveling down someone else's. We encourage you to engage in self-construction, rather than mass production. We encourage you to be proactive and actively participate in defining your future by hitting the road and learning from Leaders who have resisted The Noise of conformity and stayed true to themselves. Our philosophy is that when we listen to ourselves and are honest about whom we are, and what we love, we are able to seek our own path and contribute to the world with our unique talents. We believe that by helping others discover their own paths, there will be a significant positive change in the world—the world needs people in tune with who they are and what they care about. Living a life fueled by authenticity and passion allows people the ability to offer their creativity, ingenuity, and enthusiasm toward their goals.
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Here’s the problem with reading the books that everyone else has read. It makes you more like everyone else. Checking off the various books from your high school curriculum, and then, perhaps the “100 Greatest Books Ever Written” is the educational equivalent of skating to where the puck is and not where it’s going. RyanHoliday.net RyanHoliday.net
Homework Tips - Help With Homework

Homework Tips - Help With Homework

One of the most damaging factors in your success in school is the boredom factor! Think about it: when you become bored with one or more of your classes, you procrastinate, complain, and eventually do a half-hearted job when answering homework questions and writing papers. Obviously, this is no recipe for success! So how do we avoid boredom? Believe it or not, you can build enthusiasm for any topic.
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10 Things I Wish Someone Told Me 10 Years Ago · LifeReboot.com

10 Things I Wish Someone Told Me 10 Years Ago · LifeReboot.com

At the start of every year, I like to review my goals. I pull out the list of goals I set for myself last January, and then grade myself on how well I did. This year is quite different than past years . Everything changed after Cassie was diagnosed with cancer.
Issue 112 The HUMAN Brand: How We Relate to People, Products and Companies Dec. 20, 2013 - By: Chris Malone “Warmth and competence are the universal foundation for all human behavior and relationships. If you truly grasp the importance of these and take the appropriate actions, social science suggests you’ve done more than 80 percent of the job in winning the trust and loyalty of your fellow human beings.” Customer Experience, Big Data, and Competitive Advantage Dec. 20, 2013 - By: Larry Freed We're on a mission to spread important ideas and change minds. We're on a mission to spread important ideas and change minds.
Get-It-Done Guy Jane writes in: I'm a grad student. I do a lot of online research. How do I keep track of all the links and material I find when researching? Pasting it into one massive word processing document doesn't seem like the best idea, and my Internet bookmarks are out of control. Get-It-Done Guy
One of the problems of working online is keeping track of your life. It doesn’t matter whether you are researching for an offline job or are a hardcore web worker. In the past, a lot of us have used paper day planners, but if a significant part of your day is spent online, you likely have digital information to track. Geekpreneur Geekpreneur
23 Tools to learn about yourslef (FlowingData) 23 Tools to learn about yourslef (FlowingData) Like what you see here? Subscribe to the feed to stay updated on what's new in data visualization. In the not too distant past, the Web was all about sharing, broadcasting, and distribution. The tide is turning. The Web is moving towards the individual.
ON COURSE (Skip Downing) WELCOME TO ON COURSE®! If you're a college or university educator seeking innovative ways to help students achieve greater academic success and retention, this web site is for you! As a college educator myself for more than forty years and a designer/facilitator of professional development workshops for more than twenty, I've created this web site as a one-stop resource for educators across the curriculum...especially those who want to empower their students to become active, responsible, and successful learners. If you're frustrated by seeing capable students struggle, you'll relish exploring the gold mine of learner-centered strategies and resources at this site. New strategies are added frequently, so bookmark this page (Control-D) and come back often. If you're looking for something in particular, search the entire site with the Google search engine at the bottom of this page. ON COURSE (Skip Downing)
Welcome to Great managers aren’t born. They’re made. Introducing the Welch Way Management Training Program. Welch Way
Making great decisions can be tricky: there are many hidden traps and potential roadblocks you need to be aware of. Here are 5 practical, actionable insights to help you make the best possible decisions to improve your life. Read more… Making decisions is a fundamental life skill, and we can all learn to become much better at it. In this post, I present a simple, systematic approach you can use to make smarter choices starting today. Did you ever want to be able to recite pi up to 22,500 decimal digits?

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“All achievements, all earned riches, have their beginning in an idea.” — Napoleon Hill In 1908, Napoleon Hill was commissioned by billionaire industrialist Andrew Carnegie to interview over 500 of the world’s most powerful men in order construct a “success philosophy.” Over a span of 20 years, he assembled the data from these interviews into 15 principles that could be used by anyone in the general population to make progress in their lives. He checked 15 of these principles with Andrew Carnegie time and time again until he had enough readiness to write his first book featuring these principles. This book was called “The Law of Success” and it was published in 1928. After the first edition, he added two additional principles to the list which were already vicariously described in the first and last chapter of the book. Inspiration Pro: Hill's 17 Principles of Success
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“When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us.”’Helen Keller “Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.”Marcel Proust We are standing in a fresh and brand new year. So I’d like to start it with a bit of a twist.
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