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What is a great leader… 90% of life is ATTITUDE!Think of one adjective to describe someone you admire or has been your mentor... Ask ten people the same… Is it SKILL OR ATTITUDE ? 90% of life is ATTITUDE! Or, maybe it’s more... © Copyright 2012 – All rights reserved.
Let’s add ATTITUDE up… A = 1 T = 20 I = 9 U = 21 D = 4 E = 5© Copyright 2012 – All rights reserved.
ATTITUDE is everything...It equals… 100% Your Attitude, plus your aptitude determines your Altitude in life... © Copyright 2012 – All rights reserved.
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ARITHMETIC SEQUENCES These are sequences where the difference between successive terms of a sequence is always the same number. This number is called.
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Relative, neighbor, or friend Person has impacted your life and others People admire this individual Personal History: Who, when, and where are answered.
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THE ICEBERG SEA LEVEL BEHAVIOR VALUES – STANDARDS – JUDGMENTS ATTITUDE MOTIVES – ETHICS - BELIEFS KNOWN TO OTHERS UNKNOWN TO OTHERS.
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Lesson 2 – Adding Fraction Pictures Study these pictures. On your scratch paper write a fraction for the first picture. Write a plus sign and write a fraction.
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