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Should Everyone Get a “C”?

Would it be moral to give everyone in school a C on everything they did? Obviously not. Those who did work hard would get the same as those who didn’t. This would encourage everyone not to work.

Would it be moral to give Continue reading “Should Everyone Get a “C”?”


A Great Lifestyle

In twenty years when I am thirty five what kind of a life style would I want? I’ll start with what I would spend money on, then I’ll tell you how I would generate that money. Continue reading “A Great Lifestyle”

A Loaded Question

The question “What would it take for Dr. North to persuade me to use Spreeder for 10 minutes a day?” is a loaded question. Continue reading “A Loaded Question”

Business Trust

“The toughest thing about the power of trust is that it’s very difficult to build and very easy to destroy. The essence of trust building is to emphasize the similarities between you and the customer.”

  • Thomas J. Watson Founder, IBM Corp.

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Goal Setting Program, Part 2

The best goal setting program that I could find is Microsoft Excel. I did some research on it and found out that the downside I listed in the previous essay, Goal Setting Program, Part 1, that Excel isn’t mobile, doesn’t actually exist because Excel is available Continue reading “Goal Setting Program, Part 2”

Reduced Schedule

I wanted to know if I could increase my spare time, so I started finding out what I could cut from my daily schedule. I found that my schedule was overrun with things I couldn’t cut. Continue reading “Reduced Schedule”

Expensive TV?

I kept track of how much TV I watched this week; I ended up with nine and a half hours. That is drastically less than most people my age watch; however, that is still a great deal. I probably watched less TV this week than most weeks, (my estimate on average: I probably watch twelve hours weekly, including movies.) Continue reading “Expensive TV?”

Goal Setting Program, Part 1

I don’t enjoy the whole idea of a cloud where you store your goals, partially because it has added privacy and security concerns. The other major reason I Continue reading “Goal Setting Program, Part 1”

20% of the 16x

In Richard Koch’s The Breakthrough Principle of 16x, the twenty percent of the book that influenced me the most was the conclusion, which I wish I had just read in the first place. Continue reading “20% of the 16x”

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