Posts Tagged ‘education’

Going Through A Tough Time? Lucky You

going through a tough time in college

College is a unique time.   It’s the first time most of us become independent.  We make the decisions.  Mom and Dad aren’t in our ear, telling us what to do.   High school cliques? Gone.  We have a clean slate. But there’s a lot more pressure.  With independence, comes accountability.  Each decision is on…

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SA 062: Cameron Herold on the Beautiful Bipolar Nature of Entrepreneurs, Morning Routines, and the Importance of Building a Vivid Vision for the New Year

Cameron Herold

Business coach and author Cameron Herold talks about bipolar and ADD in entrepreneurs, his grandfather, how much integrity matters to him, and how to build a vivid vision rather than a mission statement for a company. Guest Bio: Cameron Herold is known around the world as THE BUSINESS GROWTH GURU. He is the mastermind behind…

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SA 024: Anya Kamenetz, NPR’s Digital Education Reporter on Standardized Testing in Schools, Student Debt, and Writing Habits

Anya Kamenetz

In this episode, Anya Kamenetz, NPR’s Digital Education Reporter, shares her perspectives on education through her books, the latest being “The Test,” about the past, present and future of testing in American schools. This is important when we talk of creating stakes for students and creating an entrepreneurial mindset for the new economy. She also…

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SA 011: Azul Terronez on How to Overcome Adversity for Writers

In this episode of The Sweet Adversity Podcast, I talk to Azul Terronez, an educator and writing coach. We talk about education, the adversity and failure in his life, how these have shaped him as a human being and how these affected him as an entrepreneur. Guest Bio: Azul Terronez is a national and international…

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