1/6/2014 2:00:00 PM
The ubiquity of digital technology
in all realms of life isn’t going
away, but if students don’t learn
how to shut out distractions,
research shows they’ll have a
much harder time succeeding in
almost every area.
I look for people who don’t know
everything and ask people to poke
holes in their ideas.
If you don’t tell your story
someone else will. More often
than not, when someone else tells
your story, nine out of ten times, it
is one that you don’t want told.
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