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In seven short months, my oldest son, Ethan, will leave for college at Rutgers University here in New Jersey. As all you parents out there know, these eighteen years have been a wild ride and I am filled with all … Continue reading
Passion, zeal, tenacity, perseverance, ambition, hardness, resiliency and the need for achievement. These are the characteristics that make up an individual with grit, a non-cognitive trait that combines someone’s ability and desire to work at a long-term goal or objective, along … Continue reading
I am excited to tell you that my colleague, Deb Barends, and I have finalized our plans for this year’s third annual Summer Creativity Institute! This dynamic two day event will be held Wednesday and Thursday, August 7-8, 2013 at Little … Continue reading
I have a high school junior right now and so my life is filled with college talk. I often find myself thinking back to my own pre-college time these days and trying to remember, what did I want to do with … Continue reading