Tag: college

Not Ready for The Real World

By Sarah Fallaw on Aug 6th, 2015 in Psychology and Careers

I know elementary school teachers, coaches, and your parents told you that all that matters is that you do your best. Unfortunately, they all lied to you. The professor who wrote this was responding to a fictional (albeit realistic) scenario: how would you respond to a student who asked for a grade change on a project because she “worked […]

Leadership 101, 102 . . . etc.

By Thomas J. Stanley on Feb 10th, 2015 in Mentor's Corner

The arch type millionaire next door is an economically successful self employed business owner.  In other words, he is an employer not an employee.  He is in essence a leader.  This fact has much to do with understanding something important about millionaire business owners.  There is little or no significant correlation between cognitive intelligence test scores […]