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A Professor's Advice to his Students by Greg Goodale

A Professor's Advice to his Students

by Greg Goodale

110 pages
A book of advice from a professor to his students.

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About the Book
There are so many things we should know when we are 20 years old but don't. How many times do people think to themselves, "If only I knew then what I know now?" What if you never had to ask that question? As a quick, useful, and warm read, this book is designed to be a gift. The work is composed of practical advice that I give to my students at the beginning of each class period. The first half of the book details "getting started" advice that underclassmen and women need to know: like remember names, get out of your own way, and be memorable. The second half of the book is designed for soon-to-be graduates. Here is advice about being overwhelmed, taking risks, and facing mistakes. Students have found the advice so helpful that they have asked, again and again, for the advice in a book form. Now this advice is available to everyone.



About the Author
Greg Goodale combines degrees in Law and Rhetoric with experience as a lawyer and lobbyist in Washington, DC. He teaches Communication at Northeastern University where he leads Service-Learning courses that have students working with everyone from foster children to the Massachusetts Governor. In 2011 he won his university’s teaching award.



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