5 Ways to Get On Your Professor’s Good Side

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1. Read the syllabus and browse the class site
2. Follow instructions
3. Put in at least some effort
4. Don’t ask “will this be on the exam?”
5. Don’t say “I need to pass”
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5 Ways to Get On Your Professor’s Good Side


1. Read the syllabus and browse the class site
2. Follow instructions
3. Put in at least some effort
4. Don’t ask “will this be on the exam?”
5. Don’t say “I need to pass”

The Four Reasons Working Relationships Fail | LinkedIn
The Top 5 Things You Should Never Do At Work | LinkedIn

Parece mentira que haya que decir estas cosas:

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1. Speak, behave or quit out of rage or revenge 
2. Backstab your colleagues
3. Lie 
4. Proclaim that you’re miserable 
5. Burn bridges
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The Top 5 Things You Should Never Do At Work | LinkedIn

Parece mentira que haya que decir estas cosas:


1. Speak, behave or quit out of rage or revenge
2. Backstab your colleagues
3. Lie
4. Proclaim that you’re miserable
5. Burn bridges

Five top tips for new department heads – and they’re not what you expect | Higher Education Network | Guardian Professional

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1) Don’t get bogged down in trying to manage staff by asserting authority
2) Accept that change is inevitable
3) Be prepared to learn from other countries
4) Work together with other departments – you’re not pitted in a battle with other subjects
5) Build connections outside academia
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Five top tips for new department heads – and they’re not what you expect | Higher Education Network | Guardian Professional


1) Don’t get bogged down in trying to manage staff by asserting authority
2) Accept that change is inevitable
3) Be prepared to learn from other countries
4) Work together with other departments – you’re not pitted in a battle with other subjects
5) Build connections outside academia

Caniculadas: Curso de verano: LIBRERO PROFESIONAL 4/7
11 Things You Need to Immediately Stop Doing on Facebook

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1. Tagging Random People in Photos
2. Cross-Posting From Twitter
3. Liking Your Own Posts
4. New Page Invites
5. App Requests
6. Suggesting Friends
7. Adding People to Random Groups
8. Off-base and Mass Messages
9. The Ridiculous Event Invite
10. Overdone Like Buttons
11. Poking People
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Me declaro culpable del 2, el resto me parecen abominables todos.

11 Things You Need to Immediately Stop Doing on Facebook


1. Tagging Random People in Photos
2. Cross-Posting From Twitter
3. Liking Your Own Posts
4. New Page Invites
5. App Requests
6. Suggesting Friends
7. Adding People to Random Groups
8. Off-base and Mass Messages
9. The Ridiculous Event Invite
10. Overdone Like Buttons
11. Poking People

Me declaro culpable del 2, el resto me parecen abominables todos.

6 online identity safety tips from the most private woman on the Internet

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 1) Spread misinformation
2) Think about what data you’re giving out, and to whom
 3) Kill geolocation
 4) Cover your cameras
5) Read those ridiculously long privacy agreements
6) Don’t trust FitBit (or any other app, for that matter)
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6 online identity safety tips from the most private woman on the Internet


1) Spread misinformation
2) Think about what data you’re giving out, and to whom
3) Kill geolocation
4) Cover your cameras
5) Read those ridiculously long privacy agreements
6) Don’t trust FitBit (or any other app, for that matter)

The Most Important Security Settings to Change on Your Router
Lewis Carroll’s 8 Still-Relevant Rules For Letter-Writing | Open Culture

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1) Start by addressing any questions the receiver previously had 
2) Don’t repeat yourself
3) Write with a level head
4) When in doubt, err on the side of courtesy
5) Don’t try to have the last word
6) Humor is hard to translate to writing. Be obvious.
7) Don’t forget that attachment!
8) Using a postscript? Make it short
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Lewis Carroll’s 8 Still-Relevant Rules For Letter-Writing | Open Culture


1) Start by addressing any questions the receiver previously had
2) Don’t repeat yourself
3) Write with a level head
4) When in doubt, err on the side of courtesy
5) Don’t try to have the last word
6) Humor is hard to translate to writing. Be obvious.
7) Don’t forget that attachment!
8) Using a postscript? Make it short

 Así es el Curriculum perfecto en la actualidad, según los expertos en selección. - Negocios1000
Vía @guinaliu