Short answer: Because the way I do it, the students gain skills they’ll actually use throughout their adult lives. My buddy Tutor Amie and I were discussing this recently: Check out the clip. If you didn’t know, I host a podcast with Amie Dorsey called “Wes and Amie’s Excellent Conversation” (on YouTube). In this episode, […]
Julia Gooding of One Sky Education interviewed me in order to introduce me to her clients. We had a much more powerful conversation than I expected!
Remote work is the new cool, and it’s easy to see why. With advancements in technology, improved digital communication tools, and a global mindset that’s increasingly valuing flexibility and work-life balance, the traditional 9-to-5 office grind seems almost archaic. More and more of us are embracing the freedom that comes with working from our living […]
We are all being called on to do more than we are used to. Schools are suddenly closed, and they are scrambling to figure out distance learning. Parents are figuring out how to juggle their own work and their kids’ education (to say nothing of their own self-care). Some students are trying to keep up […]
COVID-19 has undeniably reshaped the way we live, work, and interact. As countries grappled with rising case numbers and healthcare challenges, individuals and communities were thrust into a whirlwind of change. From remote work and online education to social distancing and mask mandates, the very fabric of our daily routines have changed. It’s Had a […]
I didn’t expect Farnam Street to relate so directly to college admissions, but it does, and in a way that is as important as it is deep. According to the post linked above, the outcome of a “winner’s game” is determined mostly by the actions of the winner; the outcome of a “loser’s game” is […]