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Posts by Scott Shickler

How to Change Your Mindset

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If you’ve ever had goals and dreams that didn’t come true, you’re not alone. An incredible 92% of people say that the goals and resolutions they set for themselves each year never get achieved. With stats this high, there must be something in common that’s holding them back. After studying the 8% who do accomplish…

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Mindset Learning Can Change Education

Several years ago, I was at my youngest son’s little league baseball game. He was playing third base, and when a ball was hit to him, he bent over to catch it. Unfortunately, the ball slipped under his mitt and rolled right through his legs. The same thing happened again just two innings later. His…

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5 Mindsets for Better Public Speaking

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I remember the first time I was asked to speak to a large audience of about a thousand people. I was very nervous because, prior to that experience, I had only spoken to small groups of 15 to 20 at a time. I had done some theater acting in college, so I was no stranger…

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7 Essential Mindsets for Entrepreneurial Success

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? Or maybe you already have your own business, and you’re interested in getting to the next level of success? Well, what I’m going to share with you is a blueprint for what makes the great entrepreneurs great. So, are entrepreneurs…

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Dealing With Middle School Bullying

When middle school students are bullied by their peers, they’re at a much higher risk for low self-esteem, anxiety, stress, depression, and even suicidal thoughts. The bullies don’t fare very well either. Studies indicate that one in four ends up with a criminal record by age 30. A rise in anti-bullying programs has been seen…

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5 Keys to Avoiding Teacher Burnout

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Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions a person can choose… except when it’s not.  Sometimes, after a long day of giving it your all, your fuel tank is on empty.  You possibly ran out of energy even before lunch.  And, if you’ve been teaching for quite some time, you may start to dread…

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