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Robby Slaughter
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Read this, and THEN go offline for a while.
 
We’re always connected, be it via phone or computer. Sometimes it’s hard to put some distance between yourself and the technology ruling your life. So how can we unplug?

http://www.accelawork.com/business-improvement-consultants-agree-take-a-break-from-technology/
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I agree sometimes you just need to take a break from technology!
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The treacherous winter of 2014 is creating delays in school curriculum. Because of this, schools are sending home classwork ahead of time in case of cancellation. But, is this actually productive?

http://www.accelawork.com/dear-teacher-is-this-productive/
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I'm curious how often you look at Google+, and where you look. Anyone?
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Once a day. And where? Just go through my stream. Sometimes I'll intentionally look at an similar account to a couple of pages I manage just to see what the 'competition' is up to. 
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First meal of 2014
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Nice choices for a hearty New Year's breakfast!
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Today's daily #vlog is about the future.
 
One Minute of #Business   #Wisdom  - Inspirational Tip

The greatest threat to your future is your own indifference.
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Robby - this is good advice! (And I agree with +Bill Bean about the background though;  I've taped lots of interviews where I moved someone's stuff all around to make it visually appealing. It matters. YOU look great on video - which is a plus!) 
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Love this post by Ashley Lee. Now that the storms are over, does it really make sense for teachers to send home extra work, or are they being asked to upset the workflow of their own lesson plans?
 
The treacherous winter of 2014 is creating delays in school curriculum. Because of this, schools are sending home classwork ahead of time in case of cancellation. But, is this actually productive?

http://www.accelawork.com/dear-teacher-is-this-productive/
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Collaborative work in the classroom is often more effective than doing worksheets by yourself at home.
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Friends, who do we know at Microsoft? In particular I'm trying to find someone at a district/national level in the retail system to ask a simple question. (I know a store manager but I'd love to go one level higher.) Thanks!
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Becca Reed works at the local office in Carmel...I do not have contact info for her though
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I ran 3.0 miles today. I thought you would want to know that.
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Go, Robby, go!
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All of the chatter about long lines and bare shelves at the grocery stores makes me wonder: just how much food do people keep on hand?

Assuming we have power and water, we're fine for a week. You?
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We're good for at least that long but would run out of fruit. My kids eat as much as I buy every time. I cannot stockup. My concern is always making sure we have enough to eat if we do lose power. I bought peanut butter, trail mix, and more fruit. 
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Trying a different angle and approach, per +Laura Neidig and +Bill Bean's suggestions.
 
One Minute of #Business   #Wisdom  - Productivity Tip

The most productive word in the English language is "no."

One Minute of Business Wisdom - Productivity Tip
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Thanks +Daniel Clendenning and +Laura Neidig for the suggestions!
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    Principal, 2002 - present
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