Imagine a thick rubber band stretching from your toes to your heel. Step down and the rubber band stretches and absorbs energy. As you roll forward, it transfers weight to your toes. This next step is fun! Ramp up your good feelings and motivation for the project with this simple time travel technique: Think about how fantastic you’ll feel when it’s done. Fast forward to the end of the task or goal in your mind, the successful, perfect completion of your task. And bask in all the good feelings generated and that sense of accomplishment.
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Many people are hesitant to do business with someone they have not purchased from in the past. And for good reason, they have been sold goods and services that have not lived up to their expectations. Reduce their concern and hesitation by making it easy and risk free to buy from you..
Piggy backing on my last post on Continuing Jesus Mission into the World, I wanted to further describe the final project I gave to my students this quarter. Again, I wanted to be as concrete as possible, both in the description of the project and in their rootedness in the practices of Jesus. So, after studying the kingdom of God in the life of Jesus, we named those specific practices that Jesus performed as he was non conformed within the culture..
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“One OCR complaint was brought by a student who refused to go forward in the disciplinary process and complains that her concerns were not adequately addressed. “One OCR complaint is by a student who was not satisfied with the outcome of her matter in which the student she was accusing was found by the disciplinary panel to not be responsible.” Discussing the timing of the cases, Lapin says, “All of these cases precede our existing Title IX procedure, and some took place as long ago as 2011. Some were investigated by the Office for Community Standards as well as the [university’s] Title IX office.”.