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Work smarter and harder.

Yes, you should find ways to work smarter and avoid repetitive, monotonous tasks. But you should also work really hard. Show up early and leave late. After you’ve established some authority, you can get back to pacing yourself. It’s a lot better to have a reputation as a hard worker from the beginning. When you relax a little later, no one will notice.

If you feel threatened by someone, don’t show it.

Most people who lead by intimidation are quite insecure. Don’t reinforce their insecurity by pandering to it. Even when it’s working for them and you feel intimidated, never let them know. Instead, do your job, keep excelling, keep looking out for others, and eventually the tide will turn. You may even end up as their boss one day—it happens all the time.

These general tips below will also help:

Share Credit, Accept Blame. Many people try to pass the blame to others. It’s very different to say, it’s my fault. I’m sorry. Try sending an email with the subject “Hey everyone, I’m sorry” sometime and see what happens.

Share Credit, Accept Blame.

Compliment others every day. Do it by email, phone, notes, any way you can. Find out how people like to be complimented and do it the same way. Don’t make it trite. Most people know when you’re being genuine.

Compliment others every day.

Go above and beyond. Deliver more than what’s expected. Don’t do it to be rewarded; do it because it really adds value.

Go above and beyond.

Be excellent, and a remarkable thing will happen: by helping others look good and improving your overall environment, you’ll look good as well. You’ll do it without backstabbing and without doing stuff that has no real value. Instead, you’ll inspire others.

And then you’ll be a leader, just like John Quincy Adams said:

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”

This is real leadership for any generation and any workplace. If you don’t yet know how you’ll change the world, this is a great way to start.

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Wow, Chris, this is AMAZING. You are so RIGHT ON with everything you write here! When I read this it seems like it would come from a 50 year old or something. You are very wise beyond your years. And, to think, you haven’t even had a “conventional” job before, and everything you say in this article is so correct! Uncanny.

There are some things listed here that I definitely needed to be reminded of in my own professional life.

Thank you!

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Thanks, Rachel. That is very nice of you to say.

He’s been well known as an offensive defenseman who can move the puck and skate exceptionally well. Both of these talents are perfect fits for the Hawks who badly need help getting the puck out of their own zone and through the neutral zone.

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These skills started to come through more and more as Jokiharju really came into his own last year in his second season with the Winterhawks. His offensive ability was on full display. He put up a 71 points in just 63 games. Making up those 71 points were 12 goals and a total of 59 assists. Jokiharju ended the year an impressive +47 in the +/- category.

Obviously, the guy has incredible abilities on the offensive side of the puck. The knock on him is that he has a sizable amount of room to improve his game defensively. Even so, 71 points in 63 games is enough to beg the question, can his talent translate to the NHL?

Henri Jokiharju needs to look only to last season to find an example of someone jumping straight from a junior or college level to the NHL. The Chicago Blackhawks’ own Alex Debrincat made the team straight from the OHL’s Erie Otters. In his final season there, Debrincat lit up the league for 127 points in 63 games. He scored 65 goals and added 62 assists. His goal scoring and playmaking ability translated to the NHL smoothly as he led the Blackhawks in goals with 28.

While that’s absolutely reason to be optimistic about Jokiharju breaking into the league, it is significantly easier to make that transition as a forward. Playing defense in the NHL is another story.

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However, Charlie McAvoy did it last year. He spent two seasons in the NCAA with Boston University. McAvoy played well enough in college to be drafted 14th overall by the Boston Bruins in 2016. He had 25 and 26 points in 37 and 38 games while in college.

It wasn’t until McAvoy came into the NHL, though, that he played his best season of hockey yet. In his first NHL season Charlie was a +25 in +/- over 63 games. He tallied 32 points on 7 goals and 25 assists. Furthermore, though, McAvoy was a rock solid defenseman and averaged 22:09 TOI.

Jokiharju doesn’t quite have the same defensive ability which helped McAvoy ease into the NHL so easily. He does, however, have an insane offensive ability which McAvoy lacked.

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Whether or not Jokiharju can make it in the NHL this season remains to be seen. His offensive ability would be huge on a blue line which lacked the ability to contribute last season. He’s the best offensive defenseman prospect since Nick Leddy. Unfortunately, Leddy got rushed into his role in the NHL and couldn’t quite keep his head afloat. As a result, he got traded. The hope is that the same thing won’t happen to Jokiharju. However, with the lack of action in free agency this year, the Blackhawks need him now more than ever.

CSU requirements should be the same for transfers as for students who begin at CSUs. That would be more fair for all students.

This sentence jumped out at me as crucial, yet nothing in this article explains why it is true: “About 80 percent of African Americans required to take more than one remedial class in math do not complete their math requirements within six years, compared to 67 percent of Hispanics and 61 percent of whites…” Is this also the case in other academic areas?

We ran a pilot program in conjunction with a local community college using the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching's Statway curriculum at the high school where I teach this year to allow students to complete their collegiate statistics class while still in high school. Think of the course as an 'AP' class for students who have struggled with math. These students are now on the path to a college degree. … Read More

We ran a pilot program in conjunction with a local community college using the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s Statway curriculum at the high school where I teach this year to allow students to complete their collegiate statistics class while still in high school. Think of the course as an ‘AP’ class for students who have struggled with math. These students are now on the path to a college degree. Statway built their confidence in their math abilities, opened the door to a college degree and did not close the door on a STEM career, if the student so chooses to study more math in the future.

Rethinking where statistics goes in the order is definitely worthwhile, and it's such a different style of math that it is completely credible that kids who struggle with algebra may find that they can be successful with statistics. One thing that has changed significantly since I took it is that modern computer power makes what were once difficult and laborious and time-consuming problems in statistics much easier to solve. Statistics really needs large data sets … Read More

Rethinking where statistics goes in the order is definitely worthwhile, and it’s such a different style of math that it is completely credible that kids who struggle with algebra may find that they can be successful with statistics. One thing that has changed significantly since I took it is that modern computer power makes what were once difficult and laborious and time-consuming problems in statistics much easier to solve. Statistics really needs large data sets to fully explore the meaning, and Back In My Day it was infeasible for a student to work with more than say a dozen data points and hand calculate results. If the student made even one simple arithmetic error over the set, the results back would be garbage. Today it is taught with Excel-like software that can automate summations over an arbitrary table of data, which makes the patterns much more evident and meaningful, and the busywork significantly less.

Thanks for sharing the results of your pilot. Pearson’s online college statistics course exists and it would be terrific if it was a resource for more students. IME, high school students, even those used to success in math, will need significant in-person teacher/tutor support to get through it, but there’s no reason that can’t be available in a high school.

There was no algebra photo available? People are scared enough of mathematics there’s no need to scare them further by using calculus to illustrate an algebra article (tongue in cheek, kind of).

Sorry Paul! That’s my bad – all these years out of high school, I’m not so good at telling the difference anymore, which makes your point, I guess.

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