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Thank you for listening.

There is an old writing cliche you’ve probably heard before:

Write for your audience.

As a high school student in English class, I seemed to make the silly mistake of trying to follow that advice.

Sure… that’s great advice…

Assuming you know your audience well enough to write for them…

But being a high school student…

Believe it or not…

Most of these papers were written in a single sitting. It was virtually a single train of thought. I’d start it. 10-20 minutes later it would be finished.

And I’d want to read through it because it was such a fun premise.

That’s a sign you’ve written something awesome.

-Aaron

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My Big Stupid Screw Up In English Class

CAUTION! Don’t Let This Happen To You

This is an absolutely essential read for anyone on this blog.

R. is a college graduate that I know. He went to one of the best colleges in his field. He worked hard. He scored high. He did everything he was supposed to do…

He’s a smart guy.

Now R. has the degree… but not much else except tens of thousands of dollars of student loan debt.

He lives at home with his parents barely able to get by paying his loans off… He blew it because he wasn’t ready despite the high scores.

ACADEMICS MATTER!

Scores matter.

It can give you the fast-track in life…

But it’s not everything.

You need more than just good scores. You need:

  • Efficient learning strategies (you can use through life)
  • High-scoring testing strategies (to prove you know your stuff)
  • Pareto-esque prioritization systems (to use your time better)

Most importantly:

  • An enjoyable life WHILE learning and scoring high (because if it’s not enjoyable, you won’t keep doing it.)

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One thought on “My Big Stupid Screw Up In English Class

  • March 10, 2020 at 9:32 am
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    There are no words to show my appreciation!

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