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Introducing Jozii – A New Way to Help Score Your Next Internship

Moji : September 18, 2017 9:39 pm : Blog, business, Business Education, Economics, employment, student, Student Centered, Uncategorized

Introducing Jozii

Looking for a new site to help with your internship searches? Do you need a great new place to network? Well…look no further of course,  Jozii is finally here!


The New Wave to Find Internships

Bold Media Inc. is happy to announce the purchase of our new website – Jozii! For an undisclosed amount, Bold Media Inc. now owns all the rights and privileges to the brand Jozii! The website will be partnering with Aider Solutions to help students make their internship searches more easier! The purpose of Jozii is to ultimately help students find a part-time internship that best suits their needs! Currently, the brand is transforming the college recruitment market by expanding the opportunities and ways to network for students around the globe!

Aider Solutions is our consulting firm that specializes in helping our clients with recruitment, training, strategy, and assessment. Our strategy client areas include: education, banking, technology, consumer brands, and start-ups! Recruitment client specialties include: sale teams, undergraduate/ graduate interns, and industrial organizational psychologists. Aider Solutions partnership with Jozii will only ensure more success in the area of recruitment for students seeking internships at a professional level. Our internships help students grow and learn more about the field which they will potentially seek employment for in the near future.

Our main website, Bold Media Inc. is an interweb conglomerate that consists of 15 different websites which include both Aider Solutions and Jozii. Though Bold Media Inc. does own its own websites, it also specializes in helping others build theirs. Bold Media Inc. is the expert of all topics but also focuses on e-commerce, social media consulting, search engine marketing and third party-commerce optimization.

Students and interns can expect much to come from Jozii and Aider Solutions! With the current partnership formed, there will be tons of resources available for students who need guidance through and after college. Internship opportunities will also be available for students looking for their dream jobs but would like some experience in the area beforehand! Remember, the purpose of our recruitment is to help make it easier for students to find internships that will give them the skills and experience needed for future professions!

 

 

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Are you a Gold Digger or Coal Miner?

admin : June 16, 2017 1:45 pm : Blog, business, Business Education

From Aider Solutions – I was having lunch the other day with a former student of mine who has been debating his various career choices. He has been in various sales roles over the course of his short, post academic career. But, he continues to think about his next step, and moving on (which is fine). I’d like to think I’m part of his Personal Advisory Board, so I was happy to have lunch with him to discuss his future. He was considering various ideas: teaching, entrepreneurship, human capital… all ideas I am in love with myself. However, I found myself a little conflicted in telling him to go into any one of these fields. He could have worked for me. Lord knows he’d be excellent. He’s in wealth management at one of the largest investment banks in the world. He is responsible for making 100+ phone calls every 1-2 days and having lunch with 50 wealthy decision makers a year. And, he does a great job.

So, why is he considering other options? That’s what I had to ask myself. That’s why I was conflicted.

He was looking at other career opportunities because he had spent about a four years in the industry, 2.5 at a much smaller investment firm, and 1.5 at his much more prestigious one. And, he was exactly where he started, making just a little less than six figures and wishing he could catapult himself to wealth. He wanted to be in business for himself so thought about starting a retail brand, a web startup, etc. He invested time and energy into these ideas and we even worked on some, together.

But none of these ideas had panned out for him. Instead, he had this high stress, but highly productive position at one of the best firms in the world. So, as I digested this information (and my salad), I asked him “Why do you want to leave this position? Tell me more about it.” He replied.

“I am good at my job. I can do it. Not many can but I can. It’s very likely members of my team won’t make it past their first year, but I’ll be fine. The problem is I want to make hundreds of thousands of dollars, now. The potential isn’t there the way the team is structured.” He went on to tell me that the way his team works, he will work really hard for the first few years to build wealth for his bosses. If he can stay the course, within 15 years, he’ll be around a take home of $1,000,000 per year. I had to ask…

“Is this a coal mine, then, or a gold mine?” You have to ask yourself what kind of business or job you’re in, always. Gold. Or coal?

In the 1800s, hundreds of thousands of people moved either to the US or from the East Coast to the West Coast in search of a gold heavy gold mine. They panhandled. They dug. They did whatever they could to find a few flakes of gold and cash in on the California Gold Rush. And, a number of people were able to cash in. But, as the land in California was regulated and people paid attention to the indigenous killings, it became more and more difficult for new players to move in. Plus, a good amount of gold was mined quickly. Only a fraction of the people who didn’t move perfectly with the right resources actually landed enough goal to become rich.

During that same time, the United States workforce had already been mining for and mobilizing coal to use for any number of reasons. Coal powered everything from factories to trains and was the major ingredient in steel production. It was mined for over a thousand years before, in cities all over the globe and was heavily mined up until its decline from 2007 until now. It had staying power. Most companies took years to establish themselves, mine the coal, and build a distribution channel of customers. But, those who were patient and continuously dug, were rewarded. And, those who worked at those companies made good livings with proper education, training, and hard work (bear in mind, if you were an uneducated miner, you probably didn’t go far, but work with me, here- some did).

Do we see the difference? At all times, you’ll need to ask yourself, “Is this a coal mine or a gold mine that I’m working in?” And, you’ll also want to know, for yourself, if you prefer gold or coal. I, personally, will dig all day knowing that there’s coal at the end of my shovel. It’s consistent, I know there’s a buyer. I know what it looks like. It may take a few years for me to be as wealthy as I want. But, the coal will not falter. It may not make me rich, today. Eventually, I’ll sell it.

Some can work all week just visualizing the gold. They already know how it’s going to feel when they find it. But, it’s also likely that they don’t come up with gold at all, or perhaps just a few flakes. And, it won’t be enough to retroactively pay for their losses.

We ultimately decided that the current opportunity was a goal mine. If he keeps digging, he’ll eventually find a customer for his coal.

 

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How to Cleanse the Right Way – The Truth About Dietary Cleanses

Shannon Mckenna : April 23, 2017 7:56 pm : Blog

I’m sure we’ve all heard of dietary cleanses and detoxes.

They’re supposed to help flush out our systems to release toxins and prevent negative health problems. Many people also use them to lose weight.

But do they actually work?

After hearing a lot about cleansing in the past couple of years and observing from the sidelines, I’ve decided to do some research myself.

Consequently, this article will explain how dietary cleanses actually affect your body. I will also discuss the most beneficial (and safe) ways to really rid your body of toxins and prevent certain health issues naturally via fasting.

“You see, a detox or dietary cleanse is not the same thing as fasting, which is what has been proven to actually help improve and prevent health issues in humans.”

The Truth About Detoxes and Dietary Cleansing

Want to know the truth? Detoxes, including juice detoxes and detox kits from your local pharmacy, have not been scientifically proven to do much of anything for your body.

That’s right; there is no hard evidence out there solidifying what supposed “health professionals” have been claiming their detox products do for the body, which is to rid it of “toxins.” You can even search for yourself.

If you look for the truth about dietary cleanses, you too will find that they are a fictional diet craze made up by clever entrepreneurs wanting to sell you their product.

To add to the madness, instead of working hard to prove their products really do the job, detox supporters and entrepreneurs are selling you their products based on, well, lies. Let me prove it.

The Difference Between a Detox/Cleanse and Fasting

You see, a detox or dietary cleanse is not the same thing as fasting, which is what has been proven to actually help improve and prevent health issues in humans. Here’s the difference.

Fasting

Fasting is the act of ingesting “no or minimal amounts of food and caloric beverages for periods that typically range from 12 hours to three weeks,” according to Valter D. Longo and Mark P. Mattson,  Fasting: Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Applications.

For example, you’ve probably heard of religious groups fasting, such as Christians, Muslims, Jews, and Buddhists. Religious groups fast for mental and spiritual benefits, not physical.

In recent years, however, it has been brought to light that fasting has the potential to delay aging, help prevent and treat diseases, and minimize symptoms caused by chronic dietary interventions (Longo, Mattson).

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting is when you consistently cycle between fasting and not fasting. Instead of a diet that tells you which foods to stay away from, this is an eating pattern based on what times you should eat. For example, you could choose to do an intermittent fast that involved fasting for one day each week or you could fast for one meal three times every week. It all depends on your individual circumstances.

Detox or Dietary Cleanse

A detox or dietary cleanse, on the other hand, is often referred to as the act of ridding the body of toxic substances via controlled caloric intake and ingestion of supposed “detoxifying” substances. Many entrepreneurs claim this can be done with their product, which usually includes things like laxatives, juices, and teas to “flush out your system,” so they say.

The only thing is, they are never able to specify which toxins their products can eliminate from your body. Additionally, there is absolutely no scientific proof that ingesting juices, laxatives, and teas have any positive effect on the body or the number of toxins we have within us.

In fact, according to Scott Gavura from Science-Based Medicine, the body is self-cleansing. Instead of needing a detoxifying agent to cleanse, the liver and organs naturally identify any toxic substances and send them out of our bodies through urine and bile. This process is called autophagy and is naturally induced by simple fasting, according to Short-term fasting induces profound neuronal autophagy on NCBI.gov.

Detoxifying Agents or Products

Conclusively, the only time you might need a detoxifying agent is if you have taken a large or deadly amount of drugs or alcohol. In this case, doctors use activated charcoal, not to induce the process of autophagy, but to make sure the excess of toxic substances does not get completely absorbed from the gut into the bloodstream, according to The National Poison Control Center.

How Fasting Affects the Body

When you eat, your liver stores glucose as glycogen. That glycogen then takes roughly 10-12 hours to be used up, according to Joe Sugarman at John Hopkins Health Review.

Once your body has used all of the glycogen, it starts burning fat instead. The fats are then converted to ketone bodies. Ketone bodies are acidic chemicals that neurons use as energy; they “promote positive changes in the structure of synapses important for learning, memory, and overall brain health,” according to Sugarman’s article.

When you eat three meals a day and snack in between, your body doesn’t have enough time to use up its glycogen. As a result, the production of ketones doesn’t occur. This is where fasting comes in.

Fasting allows your body the time necessary to deplete glycogen, burn fat, and gain access to the positive effects of ketone bodies. It also induces the process of autophagy to naturally cleanse the body of any toxic substances.

Which Health Issues can Fasting help or prevent?

The misconception is that fasting is a good way to jumpstart weight loss; however, this is not necessarily the case. According to WebMD, fasting actually slows down your metabolic rate, which means that your normal diet will become more fattening once you start eating again. In other words, weight loss from fasting usually doesn’t last. Although it is not the best weight loss tool, fasting can help:

Knowing this doesn’t necessarily mean you should jump into fasting right away. You should always take your individual health and limitations into account before you commit to fasting, whether it’s for one day or five days. This may mean asking your doctor first and thinking ahead of time about what you have to do the day or week you decide to fast.

What to Consider Before Fasting

Unfortunately, fasting isn’t the right thing for everyone, especially if you have health issues. If you decide to fast, there are a couple things you should think about beforehand. If you have any questions about your specific situation, don’t hesitate to ask your doctor. Here’s what to consider.

1. Will fasting make your health matters better or worse?

You shouldn’t commit to fasting right away if you have a health issue, especially one with dietary restrictions like Diabetes. Fasting with Diabetes can have serious health risks; therefore, you should do your research and ask your doctor before you begin fasting with such an illness.

Fasting with Diabetes

You have to be extremely careful when fasting with a health issue like Diabetes. If you’re taking insulin, not eating could significantly higher your risk for hypoglycemia(a.k.a. low blood glucose) according to Erika Gebel Berg from Diabetes Forecast. You may have to lower the amount of medication you take during fasting, but make sure with you doctor.

If you have talked to your doctor and want to try an intermittent fasting diet, you should monitor your blood glucose levels consistently and make sure they never dip below 70 mg/dl (Gebel Berg).

Fasting to Determine Dietary Restrictions

If you think you have a disease with a dietary restriction like Celiac disease but you’re not sure, fasting can help. You can fast for a day or so and then reintroduce specific foods into your diet to see how your body reacts. The combination of fasting and reintroducing foods can help you isolate the problem so you can alter your diet as necessary, according to Amy Shah from Greatist.

2. Is it the right time?

Although fasting can be beneficial for your health, there is no doubt that you will have less energy while fasting, at least at first. As a result, you shouldn’t commit to fasting when you know you have a task coming up that requires ample physical or mental strength to complete, like a soccer game or a big project at work.

How To Fast The Right Way

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The right way to begin a fast is simple: ease into it. Just like you shouldn’t eat too much after being starved (Refeeding Syndrome, Medscape), you should not force yourself to go from eating three big meals every day to eating nothing right away. Your body would much rather you ease into the fasting process, according to Neuroscientist Mark Mattson.

Try intermittent fasting, at least at first. Instead of starting out eating nothing, skip one meal each day. Remember, the goal here is to give your body enough time to induce autophagy and produce ketone bodies, which takes 10-12 hours.

So, maybe you commit to not eating breakfast two days every week. If you go to bed around 11:00 p.m. and wake up around 7 or 8 p.m., you’ve already given your body about 8-12 hours of ketone body production time.

If you skip breakfast a couple days a week and then eat normally for lunch and dinner, you will have given your body even more time to produce Ketone bodies without having to starve yourself all day long. You can also skip dinner if you’d prefer to eat breakfast. Your fasting plan should depend on your likes, dislikes, schedule, and any health issues you may have.

Additionally, you should drink lots of pure water during fasting. Water actually helps the body deal with fasting by reducing hunger and keeping you hydrated, according to How to Fast. You can also drink tea or coffee if you’d like.

How To Cleanse the Right Way – Recap

Now that you’re an expert on fasting vs. detoxes and cleansing, you should be able to use fasting to stay healthy and prevent certain health problems. You should also be able to avoid spending money on products that don’t actually help. If you have ever tried a cleanse or a fasting pattern, leave me a reply in the comments and let me know how it went. I’d love to hear about your experience.

Keep in mind, I am not a doctor. I recommend you ask your doctor if you have any questions or concerns about your body’s reaction to fasting before you decide to do it.

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Here’s How Paper Waste is Affecting Our Planet

Shannon Mckenna : April 19, 2017 6:48 pm : Blog

Paper waste is a direct cause of deforestation, one of the most problematic environmental issues we’re dealing with here in the United States and throughout the world today.

Paper waste also indirectly speeds up the process of global warming, which is arguably THE BIGGEST environmental issue of our time.

Did you know that every piece of paper you throw away (instead of recycling) pollutes our Earth in some way or another?

Luckily, there are various steps you can take to help reduce paper waste in our world, on top of simply recycling. In this article, I want to talk a bit about how paper waste affects our planet and what we can do to reduce them. Read on to see what you can do!

How does Paper Waste Affect our Planet?

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In 2014, there were more than 400 million tons of paper and cardboard being manufactured at one point in time, according to Business2Community. That is A LOT of paper. Do you know how such paper production affects our earth?

To make a long story short, paper pollutes our planet starting from the time it’s produced to the time it’s thrown away. Here are some specific effects:

  • Air pollution from chemicals used to make paper
  • Water pollution from chemical discharges used to make paper
  • Deforestation from paper production
  • Excessive Co2 emissions from deforestation and energy used for paper production

For example, greenhouse gasses are created from powering paper mills to make more and more paper and cardboard for shipping, packaging, etc. According to What’s Your Impact, greenhouse gasses also happen to be the single largest variable affecting global warming.

When greenhouse gasses are emitted, the process of global warming is sped up. In fact, the paper industry is the fourth largest industrial energy user emitting greenhouse gasses into our environment, according to WWF Panda. Additionally, deforestation due to paper production affects climate change negatively by helping to emit even more Co2 into the atmosphere. Here’s how it happens.

What is Deforestation?

42 percent of trees harvested for industrial uses go into making paper, according to StopWaste.org. This makes paper production one of the biggest causes of deforestation, on top of other harmful environmental effects. But what is deforestation exactly?

Deforestation is the clearing out of forests for human uses such as building wastelands, pastures, cities, and making paper, according to Conserve-Energy-Future. What happens when deforestation occurs? You guessed it! Hundreds and even thousands of natural habitats are disrupted. This means families of amazing plants, trees, and animals like fuzzy deer, baby rabbits, and chubby bears are forced out of their homes. But that’s not all.

“Paper waste is the leading cause of deforestation because 93 percent of paper comes from trees, according to TheWorldCounts.com.”

How does Deforestation Affect the Environment?

Two common methods of deforestation include clear-cutting and burning trees, which are both traumatic for the natural environment, according to Live Science. Clear-cutting is the act of cutting down huge groups of trees all at one time. Burning is usually used by farmers who will cut down and burn trees in swaths to create pastures for farming.

In one year, we steal about 18 million acres of forest via deforestation, according to Live Science. 18 million acres is as big as roughly 13,621,013 football fields, or about the size of Panama.

Can you imagine going out for a mid-afternoon snack and coming home only to find that your home is no longer there? Even worse, can you imagine waking up to your house being torn down or burnt right in front of your eyes? Throughout humanity, this type of turmoil has only been dealt with in times of war. So why do we knowingly do this to our Earth and our fellow plant and animal friends? And it gets worse.

Not only do we steal homes from nature via deforestation; we emit more Co2 into the atmosphere via deforestation. Here’s how it works.

The Process of Co2 Emission via Deforestation

You see, trees store Co2. In fact, 300 billion tons of carbon is stored in trees, according to Live Science. What do you think happens when you cut down or burn trees that have been storing Co2? The Co2 ends up making its way into our atmosphere. Therefore, by cutting down trees, we are essentially removing a natural remedy for climate change from our environment.

Why are we still knowingly doing this?!

Paper waste is the leading cause of deforestation because 93 percent of paper comes from trees, according to TheWorldCounts.com. In fact, paper-packaging alone makes up a third or more of the trash we throw away or recycle after using it for shipping and packaging.

After researching these facts, I have to wonder: isn’t there a better way?

Paper wasn’t always such a common commodity. With the arrival of the digital age, many businesses and organizations are beginning to recognize their paper-waste faults and would like to know what they can do to fix it. In relation, consumers should always be thinking about what they can do to eliminate paper waste from their lives and hence, from seeping into our planet’s precious environment.

Steps you Can Take to Reduce Paper Waste

If you’re as concerned as I am about paper waste after hearing about the facts, there are a couple things you can do to help. Here’s a short list:

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1. Reduce the amount of paper you buy and use every day. First, try to reduce the amount of paper you use each day. This will lessen the need to reuse and recycle. If you need to use paper, try to use chlorine-free paper; it’s better for the environment.

2. Reuse paper in every way possible before you recycle it. You can reuse paper by:

  • cleaning your windows or glass with it.
  • reusing boxes for shipping.
  • reusing boxes for arts and crafts.
  • wrapping gifts or using it as packing paper instead of bubble wrap.
  • creating origami art.
  • putting it in the fireplace.
  • wrapping your fruit with them to ripen them faster.
  • printing and copying on both sides of the paper.
  • being creative!

3. Recycle paper and cardboard once you’ve reused it all you can. Recycling an entire single cycle of the New York Times on Sunday would save 75,000 trees, according to the University of Southern Indiana. Imagine how many trees we could save if we all recycled?!

4. Don’t throw paper garbage(or any garbage) out into the environment. This one is pretty obvious; don’t intentionally pollute our planet!

5. Go paperless! You can switch your bills and insurance to paperless with pretty much every company these days. Always ask about paperless options to eliminate the use of unnecessary paper you’ll only end up recycling anyway.

6. Become more aware of your actions and how they affect our planet. Overall, try to reflect more on how your everyday actions affect our Earth. Every little bit counts on the mission to reduce waste and negative environmental impact.

Help Stop Paper Waste in your Home or Office Today

Now that you are aware of the harmful effects paper waste has on our planet, make sure you’re doing what you can to reduce paper waste in your everyday activities.

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Christopher Salute Featured in SIOP Exchange

admin : July 19, 2012 3:46 pm : Blog, employment

Everyone Has a Reading List…

SaluteBy Christopher Salute, SIOP Blogger

Everyone Has a Reading List…But who has a movie list?

Of course I read. I have to stay relevant. So, I find my colleagues and professors’ reading lists very helpful. I even have a few essentials that I like to give to my students. And, I’ve also (don’t tell anyone) taken some books off of their lists, too!

But, do you know what I find a lot more entertaining than my reading list? My movie list! There are so many I-O related scenarios in movies and literature. Forget business, in general. I don’t even want to get started. “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” (great movie, even better book!) was not just a murder mystery, but a forensic finance thriller! “Wall Street” and “Boiler Room” are both great for business ethics lessons. Office Space is an I-O Psychologists’ nightmare! “So, what would you say….you do here?”

Do you know what one of my favorite movies for I-O Psychologists is? “In Good Company” with Dennis Quaid and Topher Grace. You must have seen this one about the twenty-six year old executive who gets in way over his head working with a new sales team and their old boss, a fifty-one year old veteran sales manager. All of this is set to the backdrop of today’s constantly changing business world of mergers, acquisitions, and corporate downsizing. The secondary plotline, which makes it much more fun, occurs when Grace (the younger executive) starts dating Quaid’s (the older subordinate) daughter, played by Scarlett Johansen….

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Introducing Jozii – A New Way to Help Score Your Next Internship

Introducing Jozii Looking for a new site to help with your internship searches? Do you need a great new place to network? Well…look no further of course,  Jozii is finally here! The New Wave to Find Internships Bold Media Inc. is happy to announce the purchase of our new website – Jozii! For an undisclosed amount, more » read more →

The Rubber Band Ball

From Aider Solutions– Have you ever come to visit me at my office? You’ll find at least one rubber band ball somewhere on the desk. I start rubber band balls. It’s what I do to stay busy. I play with them when I’m on the phone, while in a meeting, or when I need a more » read more →

Are you a Gold Digger or Coal Miner?

From Aider Solutions – I was having lunch the other day with a former student of mine who has been debating his various career choices. He has been in various sales roles over the course of his short, post academic career. But, he continues to think about his next step, and moving on (which is more » read more →

How to Cleanse the Right Way – The Truth About Dietary Cleanses

I’m sure we’ve all heard of dietary cleanses and detoxes. They’re supposed to help flush out our systems to release toxins and prevent negative health problems. Many people also use them to lose weight. But do they actually work? After hearing a lot about cleansing in the past couple of years and observing from the more » read more →

Here’s How Paper Waste is Affecting Our Planet

Paper waste is a direct cause of deforestation, one of the most problematic environmental issues we’re dealing with here in the United States and throughout the world today. Paper waste also indirectly speeds up the process of global warming, which is arguably THE BIGGEST environmental issue of our time. Did you know that every piece of more » read more →

Christopher Salute Featured in SIOP Exchange

Everyone Has a Reading List… By Christopher Salute, SIOP Blogger Everyone Has a Reading List…But who has a movie list? Of course I read. I have to stay relevant. So, I find my colleagues and professors’ reading lists very helpful. I even have a few essentials that I like to give to my students. And, more » read more →

Christopher Salute Featured in Fiscal Debate on Free Market by Michael Russo

Michael Russo, a Philosophy professor at Molloy College, recently asked Salute to participate in an online debate about free market featured here: http://www.michaelsrusso.org/2012/07/debate-on-free-market.html in regards to these two readings: Arthur Brooks, “Five Myths About Free Enterprise”  (Washington Post, July 2012) Joseph Stiglitz, “Of the 1%, By the 1%, For the 1% ” (Vanity Fair, March more » read more →

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Bold Media Inc. Debuts new website: Swagchatter.com!

That’s right. Head over to swagchater.com to spread your swag. Swagchatter.com is a site to spread your #swag. Here’s how: 1. Use the form below or go to “contribute” section. 2. Talk about what happened today. 3. Finish it off with #soswag, #spreadtheswag, or #swagchatter. read more →

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Christopher Salute Featured on SIOP Exchange

From CEO Christopher Salute:    Studying Generation C in the Workplace During my last post, we discussed the idea of students requesting Facebook interaction from their professors. I received a good amount of feedback regarding interacting with students outside of the classroom from readers and even friends and family who read the blog. I love more » read more →

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