1 edition of The overachiever"s guide to getting unstuck found in the catalog.
The overachiever"s guide to getting unstuck
William L. Reeb
Written in English
|Other titles||Getting unstuck|
|Statement||William L. Reeb, CPA/CITP, CGMA ; AICPA|
|Contributions||American Institute of Certified Public Accountants|
|LC Classifications||BF637.O94 R44 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 152 pages|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||2013478663|
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Sociology Women's Studies Nonfiction The bestselling author of Pledged returns with a groundbreaking look at the pressure to achieve faced by America's teens In Pledged, Alexandra Robbins followed four college girls to produce a riveting narrative that read like fiction. While making good grades should be in every graduate's checklist, it should not absorb their top priorities in the academic system. Robbins describes their lives in great detail. She puts the No Child Left Behind Act in a negative light by placing an emphasis on standardized tests and claims the college admissions process in the United States to be corrupt and inefficient. They are not unproductive.
Audrey is a Hispanic junior who deals with perfectionism throughout the book. You may not be able to count on getting a good education at a college anymore, but you can certainly get a bad one if you want it. Taylor is popular, but she is also friends with the "smart kids" and frequently has trouble balancing these two worlds. This causes conflicts with his mother, who is convinced that he doesn't need the drug. His image and parents' financial issues have been stifling him.
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Indeed, she uses no religious language at all and never once brings up the subject. Taylor is popular, but she is also friends with the "smart kids" and frequently has trouble balancing these two worlds.
All are subjected to tremendous pressure from themselves, their families, and their school. Julie finally relaxes when she arrives at Dartmouth College. Settings The year is Initially, this essay discusses the religious context their po You can do this!
They are not unproductive.
She goes on to explain that the obsession with these three numbers is causing students to lose sight of what high school is really meant for; getting a sufficient learning experience while preparing oneself for the trials of college life. They have piles of spending money, their own cars and computers, casual sex on demand, drugs, alcohol, and parties.
Anemic Christianity How did American Christianity become so anemic? She puts the No Child Left Behind Act in a negative light by placing an emphasis on standardized tests and claims the college admissions process in the United States to be corrupt and inefficient.
This is for you. In addition, he has been featured on numerous video-taped and live television programs. But the type of break you take can help even more. Let me know what happens. Araby - the name of the bazaar B. Pulling out the watercolors. As an entrepreneur, Bill has founded seven small businesses, he had two ladies clothing stores, one retail computer software store, a software development firm, a computer consulting firm, a CPA firm, and his current management consulting firm - Succession Institute, LLC.
I will research, review, and analyze perceptions of th Her first argument concerns how colleges and the entire application system as a whole is systematically turning flesh and blood students into merely sets of numbers.
Pete is labeled an underachieving "meathead" who has the skills to succeed but not the motivation. I have to get this done. His Korean mother's traditional Asian upbringing and values clashes against those of his white father. As long as it goes unfilled, people will chase after false gods, to their own destruction.Over the holidays I began reading The Overachiever’s Guide to Getting Unstuck: Replan, Reprioritize, Reaffirm by William L.
Reeb, CPA. Bill has been an informal coach of mine for years, and is a former member of the AICPA’s Board of Directors. Overachievers (Chinese: 名門暗戰) is a episode Hong Kong television drama produced by Marco Law for TVB and stars Wayne Lai, Raymond Wong Ho-yin, Edwin Siu, Power Chan, Raymond Cho, Nancy Wu and Maggie Shiu.
Unhappy about being under his father Chiang Shing Tin's constant and unreasonable control, Chiang Yuen/Mike is determined Original network: TVB Jade, HD Jade. Aug 14, · I highly recommend this to all my friends.
In fact, I've gifted about 20 copies of the book. We can all use some help "getting unstuck." This book was just what I needed, a combination of concepts, action items, and a workbook type approach. The author draws you in with his stories and then causes you to reflect deeply.5/5(6). Aug 07, · In this increasingly stressful environment, kids aren't defined by their character or hunger for knowledge, but by often arbitrary scores and statistics.
In The Overachievers, journalist Alexandra Robbins delivers a poignant, funny, riveting narrative that explores how our high-stakes educational culture has spiraled out of control.4/5(8). Being the office overachiever might feel good, what with all the pats on the back and thumbs ups from your boss.
But there’s a fine line between doing your best work and being a chronic. THE OVERACHIEVERS RCQ #2 study guide by bxoxo22 includes 86 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.