Training question: I'm afraid to tell them I wasn't trained properly

Discussion in 'Secondary Education' started by Kenz501, Feb 7, 2018.

  1. TrademarkTer

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    Feb 11, 2018

    Hahaha...I corrected the typo, but perhaps I shouldn't have!
     
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    Kenz, it isn't true in most cases. I will never be a professional in sports or music no matter how much time and effort I dedicate to it. I just won't. I will never be a PhD in physics. Nope - not my thing no matter how interesting I find the subject.

    It is a fallacy that hard work and effort is enough. It depends on the goal.

    It sounds like it could be true because there is always those anecdotal references to the few that beat the odds, but that is what makes those stories so sensational. We all know that it is an exception.
     
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    Pack your bags.
     
  4. Kenz501

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    Feb 11, 2018

    I'm closing the window and logging off. If I don't, I'll probably spend the next hour or so replying to snarky comments on something that's already been sort of solved.

    For those of you who are just reading, though, just skip to the end.
     

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