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If Games are so Interesting, Why are Players so Dull?

Games are intensely interesting to people, especially boys, and young to middle-aged women who are the primary players of phone games. It seems absurd to argue this point as the evidence speaks for itself. Why would so many play if

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New Videos on Focus and Listening

I have uploaded two new videos to my Video Archive. The first video discusses Improving Focus and ┬áthe “ecology of attention,” highlighting how attention is much more social than most of us realize. The second video addresses Listening without Looking

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How to Talk to Boys

Okay, so the first thing to know about getting a great conversation going is that communication has two parts: form and content. Most everybody pays mega attention to the content, while neglecting form. The content is what you are talking

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Best School Video Ever!

Must see video from one of my favorite schools! Isn’t this how we want all students to feel about school…I think so!  

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