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Hard Work And Self-Discipline Are Still The Keys To Success - Forbes

Hard Work And Self-Discipline Are Still The Keys To Success - Forbes | Success and Learning | Scoop.it
Hard Work And Self-Discipline Are Still The Keys To Success Forbes Joanne Lipman's recent book Strings Attached is an inspiring treatise that challenges the premise of education and parenting for the past twenty years that says everyone is special...
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This article talks about how hard work and discipline can lead a person to success. They talk about the benefits of having these things when you are working. This article talks about success.

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Wednesday's Child success story surprises Gloria Campos - WFAA

Wednesday's Child success story surprises Gloria Campos - WFAA | Success and Learning | Scoop.it
Wednesday's Child success story surprises Gloria Campos
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PLANO — Fourteen-year-old Ke'onte is full of life and laughter — largely because of his parents. "If someone said they will offer you money for your parents, I'd say, 'Heck no!
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This article is about having success, even at a young age. A 14 year old got justice within the foster care system by being brave and doing what needed to be done.

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How Much of Your Success Is Due to Dumb Luck? | TIME

How Much of Your Success Is Due to Dumb Luck? | TIME | Success and Learning | Scoop.it
Would you like the Mona Lisa if others didn’t? Would you still think Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony was good? Would you still think the songs of the Beatles were superior to those of, say, Justin Bieber?
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This article, mainly about success being due to strict luck, makes people wonder if success is overrated now. an example they used was the music industry having a lot of people who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time so that they could make music. 

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Implement Mobile Learning at Work Successfully: Free Report | eLearning

Implement Mobile Learning at Work Successfully: Free Report | eLearning | Success and Learning | Scoop.it

The new 'Towards Maturity' In-Focus report concludes that over 70% of companies will implement mobile learning within the next 2 years. This free document outlines practical ways to implement m-learning successfully, drawn from independent research findings.

 


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This article, about learning, talks about having mobile devices in the workplace to implement further learning in the workplace.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, February 18, 2013 2:28 PM

The new 'Towards Maturity' In-Focus report concludes that over 70% of companies will implement mobile learning within the next 2 years. This free document outlines practical ways to implement m-learning successfully, drawn from independent research findings.


You can download it here.


Check also:


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/learning-basics-of-cyber-security-by-easy-to-follow-steps/


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/cyber-hygiene-ict-hygiene-for-population-education-and-business/


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Learning to Say "No" Is Part of Success

Learning to Say "No" Is Part of Success | Success and Learning | Scoop.it
You've gotten ahead by saying "yes." But now that you've got momentum, it's time to prioritize.
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Success involves learning as you go along as well. Learning how to say no was a big section of this article. Involving yourself in everything can come back to stab you in the back. This involves learning, more so than success.

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The New Secret To Interview Success: Leave Something Behind - Forbes

The New Secret To Interview Success: Leave Something Behind - Forbes | Success and Learning | Scoop.it
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The New Secret To Interview Success: Leave Something Behind
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One of the most common (and most important) pieces of job-searching advice out there is to be memorable.
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This particular article talks about people leaving behind something in interviews in order for them to know what you can do. It shows the person a taste of your learning and intelligence level so that they will hire you. This article is about learning.

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