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How Adult Learners Can Reach Their Full Potential

When you are looking at how adult learners can reach their full potential, there are two ways of looking at the question. It is possible to find methods to help those adults who never earned a high school diploma finally achieve that goal or you could be wondering how you, as an already educated adult, can further your career potential with further studies. This is an interesting concept because the whole idea is to grow personally as well as professionally through furthering your education.

Increasing Adult Literacy to Unlock Your Full Potential

If for some reason you never had the chance to finish high school and have found that you are lacking the basic literacy necessary to move you beyond your current entry-level status at your job, you may be looking at online classes to get your GED. Being able to read and write beyond an elementary level is vital in the world of business and so this is something you should focus on.

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Top Tips for English Language Learners

EnglishLanguageClasses.wordpress.com is a blog for those studying English as a foreign language, providing useful resources, guidance and support. Here they give some top tips for students wanting to improve their English. 

"Over the years I've taught many, many students English. Some students, though, reach their goal of fluency much faster than others. How? Read on to learn some of the studying techniques that these students used and hopefully you'll find them useful!

1) Practice, Practice, Practice

 If someone you know reads a whole book about how to drive a car, does it mean they can then drive? Probably not! Clearly reading books is useful, but practice really is the key to language learning success. It's important to realise that while language can be studied from a theoretical approach, it is a practical skill. Practical = Practice!! 

2) Your Language vs English

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TED Talks - Chade-Meng Tan: Everyday compassion at Google

Google's head of personal growth Chade-Meng Tan shares interesting insights into compassion, and his thoughts on the relationship it has with happiness.

Beyond personal development and adopting a world-embracing view, this lecture looks at how everyday compassion can also be beneficial in the workplace - which is highlighted in businesses such as Google.

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