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Which of the following statements would motivate you?

1. “You need to quit eating cupcakes and exercise to get rid of your jiggly butt.” - husband to wife

2. “Playing video games all day is a waste of time, and you are getting fat!” - parent to child

3. “I would like you to be able to play with your grandkids and enjoy activities with them when you are older. Isn't that important to you?” - child to parent

4. “How can I support you to get in shape and be healthy?” - friend/mentor

5. “Dude, you are the best lineman we have, you’ve got to stay in shape during the off-season” - teammate/peer

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Intrinsic vs Extrensic Motivation

Defining the University Model &Why it Works(4)

Do you like to be told what to do? Neither do I. In fact; I hate it. I become rebellious. That said, I love for people to expose me to new concepts and methods of accomplishing tasks and reaching my goals. At my core I want to be better than what I think I can be, I need to be better than what others think I can be, and I want to know ways to be better, do better, etc...I just need people to show/talk to me in a way that intrigues me. I might have issues with authority and rebellion and…well, that’s another blog post.

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Thriving in Adversity - A Case for Inclement Weather

G4 camp

It was a sunny day, and very cold. A bitter wind whipped across the gap where we were camping, moving in like roaring waves from the next ridge and quickly stripping away any ambient heat from the fire. Despite being early afternoon, it was very cold. Most of the new members of the group were working on personal assignments in the large 10-person tent that protected us from the elements

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25 Ways To Drive More E-commerce Store Traffic Without Buying Ads

by monicajenner6617 days ago

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It’s no secret that e-commerce sales are exploding. With more consumers shopping online than ever before, retailers have their work cut out for them to get noticed.  But what if you don’t have the budget for ads? Are you doomed to fade into the online abyss?

Absolutely not.

Over half of the consumer population prefers to shop online. Great news for online retailers like you, right? But with the proliferation of online marketplaces and hoards of choices available to consumers, it’s tough to get the attention you need to drive traffic and revenue.

Thankfully, you don’t need a huge advertising budget to increase your e-commerce traffic. I’m going to show you 25 ways to get more visitors shopping in your online marketplace without spending a dime on ads.

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Thriving in Adversity - A Case for Inclement Weather

G4 camp

It was a sunny day, and very cold. A bitter wind whipped across the gap where we were camping, moving in like roaring waves from the next ridge and quickly stripping away any ambient heat from the fire. Despite being early afternoon, it was very cold. Most of the new members of the group were working on personal assignments in the large 10-person tent that protected us from the elements. A few who had been there the longest opted to brave the weather and prepare a hot meal for the group. One girl posted up in the vestibule of the tent, pumping clean water for everyone’s water bottles. One moved quickly, gathering and adding sticks to the raging fire that burned them to coals almost as quickly as she could add them. And one lovingly chopped vegetables for a cheesy veggie pasta dish. All were smiling, and casually discussing their favorite things about the schools they attended. I realized in that moment that despite the adverse conditions, we were not merely surviving, we were thriving.

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Intrinsic vs Extrensic Motivation

Defining the University Model &Why it Works(4) How are you motivated?

Do you like to be told what to do? Neither do I. In fact; I hate it. I become rebellious. That said, I love for people to expose me to new concepts and methods of accomplishing tasks and reaching my goals. At my core I want to be better than what I think I can be, I need to be better than what others think I can be, and I want to know ways to be better, do better, etc...I just need people to show/talk to me in a way that intrigues me. I might have issues with authority and rebellion and…well, that’s another blog post.

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Parent Workshop – April 12 & 13 in Clayton, GA

love you mom

At Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness, we believe that respectfully addressing the family dynamics and improving communication between parents and children throughout the entire process is paramount. The family is essential to the progress a student makes.

Our next parent workshop is April 12 & 13 in Clayton, GA. These workshops are designed to be small to individualize the focus on your specific families.

  • Learn more about your child’s experience.
  • Understand and practice the tools they are using.
  • Learn how to identify the needs beneath the behavior and make a plan for your family.
  • Get support from and connect with other families.

There are times when the workshops can correspond to a visit or discharge, so feel free to talk with your field therapist about this as well.

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Negativity Bias in Family Relationships

BRTW-21-min

Negativity bias is a term used to describe the tendency of the human brain to notice problems or threats more readily than positive or beneficial situations. One theory on why this tendency exists is that it has historically had survival value. If, while sitting around the fire, we hear a stick break in the darkness nearby, some may dismiss it as harmless, and others may assume it is a wild beast looking to eat them. More often than not, those who panic are wrong, but the consequences of that are minimal. When those who dismiss the potential threat are wrong, though, rare as it may be, the consequences are deadly. Those who more frequently noticed dangerous situations were more likely to survive and pass on their genes. 

This pattern of focusing on the negative while ignoring the positive can have a devastating effect on our relationships. If we are not aware and active in countering our negativity bias, we may end up with the majority of our interactions with our children or other

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High School and Beyond

Democratic School

At Makarios we support students in becoming innovative, responsible, and empowered adults who are equipped to create their own unique path to fulfillment and success.

The goal of education at Makarios is to equip students to be well-informed and well-rounded critical thinkers with knowledge across a wide variety of practical topics—with an emphasis on the student’s key areas of interest. Staff perform regular evaluations toreview student progress and help families achieve the academic goals customized for each student. The focus is on competency rather than grades and test scores. Students are offered university style high school programs, the opportunity to take college prep tests, dual-credit classes, and receive mentoring to create a college or career transition plan that addresses their goals.

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25 Ways To Drive More E-commerce Store Traffic Without Buying Ads

by monicajenner6622 days ago

It’s no secret that e-commerce sales are exploding.With more consumers shopping online than ever before, retailers have their work cut out for them to get noticed.

But what if you don’t have the budget for ads? Are you doomed to fade into the online abyss?

Absolutely not.

Over half of the consumer population prefers to shop online. Great news for online retailers like you, right?

But with the proliferation of online marketplaces and hoards of choices available to consumers, it’s tough to get the attention you need to drive traffic and revenue.

Thankfully, you don’t need a huge advertising budget to increase your e-commerce traffic.

I’m going to show you 25 ways to get more visitors shopping in your online marketplace without spending a dime on ads.

 

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