A Teachers Perspective

Why aggressive? Be constructive? Part5

Being aggressive is a big turn off to people. While there are plenty of times when you will want to be assertive, this does not mean that you need to be aggressive. If you have a tendency to be pushy or controlling, be honest with yourself about these unattractive qualities, and work on reining them in.Being...

This should be in a business plan. The right Job Part8

IN ARTICLE 7 WE HAVE THE DIRECTIVES . Now we have to know what should be in it. The rest of this article will provide the specifics of what you should include in your business plan, what you should skip, the critical components of the all-important financial projections, and links to additional resources that can...

Become Your Own Boss The right Job Part4

It involves hard work and, in many cases, longer hours than a traditional nine to five job. Hands-on Job There are plenty of jobs that involve working with your hands but do not involve a boss. If you have a good organizational eye and know your way around tools, you could start working as a spacemaker....

In the first year of marriage, follow these steps

 Never give up on each other Talk about finances: Chalk out the expenses and share the financial burden. Even if both or just one of you is working, plan your monthly expenditure rather than spending money arbitrarily and going broke before the month ends. If there are any outstanding loans, huge credit card debts, unstable...

Increase your emotional intelligence #Life Part2

Your Emotional Intelligence Overall intelligence has long been believed to be one factor contributing to success in different areas of life, but some experts suggest that emotional intelligence may actually matter even more. Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to understand, utilise, and reason with emotions. Emotionally intelligent people are able to understand not only their own emotions,...

How To Help Your Kids Stay Safe at School

Fortunately, there are ways you can make sure your child stays safe at school. No Protection For My Child  WATCH OUR VIDEO   Take Action: At least once a week, use dinnertime to ask questions about your child’s day. What do you enjoy learning? Which class do you wish you didn’t have to take? What’s one thing you’re...

Be Positive Show Enthusiasm Part4

Optimism is contagious. No one likes to be around someone who is constantly complaining or looking at the negative side of things. Additionally, pessimism leads to learned helplessness and weakness while optimism leads to power. People are attracted to others who can look at the bright side of things and can bring positivism to...

Kids Discipline: Strategies and Challenges

Behavioral problems and effective solutions for 6 - 9 Year-Kids Typical School-Age Kid Behavior No longer a “little kid” and not yet able to keep up with the “big kids,” your school-age child’s behavior is likely to reflect a transitional period of development. By and large, school-age kids are able to demonstrate prolonged concentration and...

What Are Learning Disabilities?

How Do I Know My Child Has a Learning Disability? Kids with a learning problem might answer "yes" to many of these questions: Do you struggle in school? Do you think you should be doing better than you are in school? Is reading harder for you than it should be? Does your head think one...

5 Consequences for Bad Behavior

Steering kids away from behavior problems and toward making better choices in the future. Remember to balance consequences with incentives, or rewards.  Just as there should be consequences for bad behavior, there should also be a list of rewards for good or improved behavior. What to Put on a Consequences List No play dates with friends. School-age kids are developing...

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