Posted on Thursday, January 5, 2012
in Education, Financial, Intellectual, Values
Christmas is over, but the new year is here.
You enjoy Christmas presents, it’s time to enjoy a New years gift.
I don’t believe on New Years resolutions I believe in doing. Yesterday I challenged you to give yourself the gift of ambition.
This year apply that renewed ambition to give yourself the gift of learning something new.
The Gift of Learning
Everyone I know wants to learn something.
Everyone I know pushes aside some of those dreams.
I know, you’re busy.
Fight off your excuses.
I know you’re tired.
Fight off your laziness.
Posted on Monday, August 30, 2010
in How To, Intellectual, TreeHouse
Here are 13 wise suggestions from TreeHouse teens:
Ask questions, it will help you in the long run.
Be yourself, you will be more popular that way.
Check for toilet paper when you enter the stall.
Don’t procrastinate; there won’t be time later.
Get good sleep, each night, it makes school easier.
If you fall asleep in class, expect your teacher to embarrass you.
If you really have to fight someone, there is no reason to do so on school grounds.
It doesn’t matter if you wear trendy clothes, even if people think it does.
Most of the time you can trust most of the teachers.
Remember you always have more growing up to do.
Someone will always think they’re better than you.
The more patient you are, the better you’ll survive.
Girls: Keep a tampon or feminine pad in your locker.
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Posted on Wednesday, February 3, 2010
in Financial, Social
What Will Our Future Look Like?
For hundreds of athletes this is an exciting day. Today at “National Signing Day” young football players will reveal at which university they will transform from boys to men. Millions of dollars will be spent on indirectly paying young men to play football as a fundraiser for the university.
Fans of the chosen universities will celebrate at their good fortune. Hopes will rise for the winners and hopes will be ravaged for those left wondering what their favorite university will do without this or that teenager.
The Future Is Uncertain