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Hall Duty

I had hall duty today. I walked around with a badge and a walkie-talkie, inviting wandering students to make their way back to class, or if they had spare, to make use of the cafeteria and library. Towards the end … Continue reading

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What If Money Didn’t Matter?

Here’s a link to a lovely montage narrated by a few inspirational words from Alan Watts. Trust that the things you enjoy will lead to the life you most want to live. No one else can prescribe the path, it can … Continue reading

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Science Says Self-Direction is Motivating

Traditional notions of management are great if you want compliance. But if you want engagement, self-direction works better. Daniel Pink, author of Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us We’re exploring this premise in a Grade 12 business course I’m … Continue reading

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21 Fires: Fall

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How Harmonious Are Your Passions?

In July, I attended the First Canadian Conference on Positive Psychology. It was a gathering of academics and practitioners who shared research and best practices into the conditions associated with wellness. While an inevitable dynamic in discussing character and satisfaction becomes … Continue reading

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