By Sherry Siska
- Bestselling author Maggie Warrell gives great advice on getting what you want in her post “Don’t Assume. Ask.”.
- Cory Galbraith provides a fascinating look at John Ruskin, an English writer, industrial age critic, and advocate for a return to a simpler way of life in his LinkedIn post: “New Ways of Looking at Work From History’s Unbalanced Genius”.
- Dr. Travis Bradberry, writes on HuffPost about the “5 Choices You Will Regret Forever”.
- In Education Week, Sarah D. Sparks discusses the need for better education for students in the skills needed for collaboration. Her article is called “Children Must Be Taught to Collaborate, Studies Say”.
- In “Stress Management Tools for Teachers: 7 Tips for Surviving the Rest of This Year”, Kitty Boitnott, Ph.D., NBCT, RSCP, provides great advice for those of us who are trying to hang in there as we finish out those last long, difficult days of the school year.
- In Thrive Global, Benjamin P. Hardy discusses “The Primary Barrier Stopping You From Everything You Want In Life”.
- Michael Ramsburg wrote a beautiful, tiny story in Literati about old photographs and their subjects being “Someone Special”.
- In “How to Prime Your Thinking for Success”, Kyle Young discusses pessimism, optimism, and comes out on the need for us to find a balance of both (and gives four tips on how to have a healthy balance of realism).
- Shaunta Grimes suggests three steps you should take when you’ve temporarily lost your way on the march to achieving a goal in her post “How to get back on track: The Dosage Method”.
- And, finally, in a guest post on Indie Book Week, Miranda Atchley, author of Stephanie’s Story, gives advice to those attempting to write their first novel: “Don’t Give Up”.
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