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Behavior Change Revolution

As written for Doctor for Life ~

I was listening to a podcast from Freakonomics Radio entitled “How to Launch a Behavior-Change Revolution.” It relates entirely to my everyday struggle as a health and fitness professional, and covers an underlying issue for client success in Healthy Weight Lifestyle Programs at Doctor for Life. 397 more words


Economics of a 'Bloqueo'

Written by Fidgit

Crossing Bolivia we found only a few trails, some back roads, a lot of railroad, and a long stretch along Ruta 1 from Uyuni to La Paz, so not much navigation was required. 1,245 more words

Her Odyssey

Where all can you buy cars!?

When one wants to window shop on his phone screen and opens an e-commerce corp’s app, what does he see? Or better ask what does he expect to see? 599 more words


R&W: Wrap up to Note-taking and Blink

We finished the use of our Cornell note taker regarding the jigsawed/assigned chapters from Freakonomics before submitting both the collaboration handout and note taker together. 50 more words

Reading And Writing For The College Bound

R&W: Cornell Note taker with Freakonomics Excerpts

BW today: CHALLENGE: Describe yourself in 3-5 sentences without using your name, age, physical appearance, your family, or information about school/extra curriculars.

After, we first had to divide and conquer with the students who were here yesterday going through the… 87 more words

Reading And Writing For The College Bound

R&W: SSR, Grammar, and Cornell Notes

We first did a bit of SSR. This was the last day you could choose to read Blink as our final discussion leaders go on Friday. 116 more words

Reading And Writing For The College Bound

What are the most effective incentives that acted upon teachers in terms of cheating?

21 September 2017
W.C.Fields once said, “A thing worth having is a thing worth cheating for.” By cheating, teachers can earn both bonuses and gain a “fake” honor that the teacher is competent. 1,084 more words