Monthly Archives: June 2014

Constraints on Government

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A Case for NOT Following in our Footsteps

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Re-invent Yourself: A Thought from H. G. Wells

“Sometimes, you haveĀ  to step outside the person you believe yourself to be, and remember the person you were meant to to be, the person you wanted to be.” — H.G. Wells (quoted in The Week) Share on Facebook

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Embrace Change: A Thought from Reverend John Farmer

“One need not fear change. We shouldn’t cling so fastidiously to the known entities of our situations.” — Reverend John Farmer (quoted in the Rappahannock Record) Share on Facebook

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Deflation: A Thought from Lisa Miller

“Deflation is good when it is a correction from govt manipulation and bubbles. It benefits the poor and middle class.” — Lisa Miller Share on Facebook

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Academic Coaching for the 2014/2015 School Year

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Mentor: Have One, Be One

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A Thought from Condi Rice

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Your Mileage May Vary

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