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Why Valedictorian is Just a Title

Valedictorian is a title granted towards those who have had straight A’s throughout high school and have the highest GPA in the school. It’s a title that is meant to be prestigious. 820 more words

Talent takes work!

Training is Insulation

I’m constantly fascinated by how delicately intricate, yet powerful the human brain is. When I began my journey of becoming a teacher / trainer I never expected to find myself studying neurology. 2,070 more words

Random Movie Review: Hardball (2001)

Based on the book “Hardball: A Season in the Projects” by Daniel Coyle, this big-screen drama about a troubled coach and his inner-city youth baseball team is hardly worth the time. 190 more words


Review: Talent Code by Daniel Coyle

Talent Code
Daniel Coyle
256 pages
Publisher: Bantam; 1 edition
ISBN-13: 978-0553806847

Reviewer: Kevin

Recommendation: 4 out of 5

From Goodreads
A New York Times bestselling author explores cutting-edge brain science to learn where talent comes from, how it grows—and how we can make ourselves smarter. 303 more words


The Talent Debate

Is talent made or born? Throughout the years, people have debated this question without finding a definitive answer.

In the first chapter, “The Sweet Spot,” of his book, The Talent Code, Daniel Coyle tries to prove that talent is indeed made. 702 more words

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