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Where's the Work Ethic? - emPower Magazine Blog

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By Matt Amaral Articles like these in a recent issue of the New York Times—which talks about how less and less students are ...
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Teaching Teenagers about the Importance of Having a Work Ethic

Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Much of the time we ...
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The Work Ethic Wisdom Of Will Smith - Video Forward

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The Work Ethic Wisdom Of Will Smith (Video..Will Smith comments on Work ethic http://tiny.ly/HaxP)
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Daily Funny: Work Ethic?

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The Work Ethic, RIP | Hoover Institution

The Work Ethic, RIP | Hoover Institution | work ethic | Scoop.it
Is our Work Ethic RIP? Check out this Defining Ideas article about losing meaning in the workplace http://t.co/gHFonos via @HooverInst #tcot
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Talk about work ethic

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Work ethic isn't about what you get from people who know you're doing the work - it's about putting in tons of work on your own ...
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How to deal with co-workers who dont have a strong work ethic - by Cody Hodge - Helium

How to deal with co-workers who dont have a strong work ethic - by Cody Hodge - Helium | work ethic | Scoop.it
http://dld.bz/ee9 How to deal with co-workers who dont have a strong work ethic
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Visalia Jobs | Editorial: Work ethic key to work-force development ...

Editorial: Work ethic key to work-force developmentVisalia Times-DeltaLast month at 210 Connect, the monthly forum co-sponsored ...
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Visalia Jobs | Editorial: Work ethic key to work-force development ...

Editorial: Work ethic key to work-force developmentVisalia Times-DeltaLast month at 210 Connect, the monthly forum co-sponsored ...
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Daylight Savings Time and the Work Ethic - Maggie's Farm

Daylight Savings Time and the Work Ethic - Maggie's Farm | work ethic | Scoop.it
We are a commune of inquiring, skeptical, politically centrist, capitalist, anglophile, traditionalist New England Yankee ...
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What Happened to Work Ethic? « Silent Expressions

What Happened to Work Ethic? « Silent Expressions | work ethic | Scoop.it
OK….bit of a rant here, but what happened to good work ethic? You come to work when you are suppose to, if you are running late ...
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Are You Lazy and Don't Know It « Maxafication-ize Your Life

Are You Lazy and Don't Know It « Maxafication-ize Your Life | work ethic | Scoop.it
That is as strong work ethic. Down through time many men and women have been held in great esteem because of being considered ...
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TIME, what makes us tick

TIME what makes us tick? is it our inner clock, or are we part of a gigantic clockwork regulating our daily moves? Observed on a human scale, the very basic rhythm of every day is sunset and sunrise, we go in to bed and out of bed. A rhythm, so elementary and universal and at the same time so intimate. This is an impression of Sync' by Max Hattler and 'Bedrooms' bij Nelleke Koop with music by Dennis van Tilburg. These were part of the 'Time, what makes us tick?' installation in the Open Mind series of Pavlov E-Lab, presented on the Noorderzon Performing Arts festival 2010. In this edition Max and Nelleke collaborated with chronobiologist Martha Merrow and physicist Eric Bergshoeff in their mutual exploration of the theme of Time.
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