The Millennial Fear of Dreams

three faces, one happy, one neutral, and one sad, with boxes next to them to mark

I work in the private English education industry in South Korea; basically, I write assessments for an after-school English program. Last month, I went on a business trip to observe a campus and see how their staff is doing. While walking around the campus's small library full of books like The Magic Tree House and … Continue reading The Millennial Fear of Dreams

Learning Skills for Success

There are two types of people in the world: those who believe skills are the product of innate talent, and those who believe that skills are learned through hard work. Which would you say you are? Go ahead, pick sides. There's no wrong answers. I can't tell you who you are. I can, however, tell … Continue reading Learning Skills for Success