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Why choosing a career is hard and why it should be

When someone asks me how I came to be what I am today, I say that I walked down the path of diminishing salaries and stopped where I felt that that is the least I needed to earn. What I … Continue reading

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On being creative

This week’s Brain Picking’s newsletter brought to my attention this gem of a talk on creativity by John Cleese of the Monty Python fame. Of particular interest to readers of this blog should be a quote from the talk: Keep your mind … Continue reading

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That job after that degree

Not too many years ago I was a teenager who shared the dreams of many other teenagers of getting a well-paying job after I completed my degree. I hoped, as many do of that age, that such a job will … Continue reading

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What high schools did for us and what we can do for them

There is much that our high school education gives us. Our time in the school leaves indelible marks on our lives. It makes an impact on our future whether we appreciate it or not. The contribution that my school has made towards … Continue reading

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