Monthly Archives: March 2014

Q & A Changing Your Work or Career Book Limits Topics

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Q: Why does your book focus primarily on physical injury when there are so many forms of disability, such as learning disability or mental health issues? A: Two years ago, I was the fortunate recipient of the Dale M. Schoettler Scholarship. … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurial Quiz: How Observant Are You?

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Dee Adams’ Online Class Can you answer the following three questions? When a bored, restless barrel maker used his innate ability to observe, that talent helped start a company that would come to be known internationally. Who was the barrel … Continue reading

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Thug Notes; Takeaway Lessons

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The popular web-based series, hosted by Greg Edwards, is a collaborative effort. Each person, including an actual Ph.D, contribute their knowledge and skill in creating each video, according to Edwards. Thug Notes is an innovative teaching method that spoofs traditional … Continue reading

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Why So Many Teachers Moonlight & Start Businesses

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I Got Schooled… Illustration retrieved from Public Access & Buffaloschools.org Update: Video and two reference links for Teacher Salary Project added at the end of the post. Contents Post Quick Quiz: Teaching Fact or Fiction & Answers References Press Release … Continue reading

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Knotacess Bodaciously Tied

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Childhood Inspiration Think back to when you were growing up. What were your most memorable and positive experiences at home, school, or at after school events or social gatherings? Did someone you observe leave a lasting impression? If so, in what … Continue reading

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5 Things You Can Do to Keep Niche Creativity Ad-free

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If You Like This Blog taking any or all of the following actions will help keep this a commercial free zone for aspiring entrepreneurs. 1. Share your favorite Niche Creativity posts with family and friends via email, Facebook, Twitter, or … Continue reading

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Shark Tank Lessons

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Squeaky Knees…and Tail Lightz If you watched last week’s episode, then you saw the segment with a couple who invented leggings with a built-in squeaker toy for crawling infants. The idea was to be able to monitor the child’s movements … Continue reading

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Videos for Potential Entrepreneurs: Q&A

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Beyond Youtube Q: Do you have a video that you would recommend? A: Canadian entrepreneur Cameron Herold covers a lot of subject matter in an entertaining irreverent fast-paced talk entitled Let’s Raise Kids to Be Entrepreneurs. It’s a TED  video from 2010.  … Continue reading

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Food Private Eye & Activist

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Food Babe.com  Vani Hari’s recent appearance and demonstration on a TV morning show was not only eye-opening but disturbing. Hari’s efforts previously publicized more widely how plastic additives, also found in yoga mats, was included in the bread many people … Continue reading

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