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Billie Kelpin says
that's the thing with him, his interests are so varied and wide it's hard for him to narrow his focus. I want him to keep his mind open of course, but sometimes you need to pick a thing or two and roll with them. :)
I agree. I'd love to see him get into this one magnet school he's interested in very hands on, with a robotics program :). He has to push himself harder though to compete. Interest is there for him, pushing himself harder - not so much.
T. Clifton says
All lovely ideas - I agree the answers here have been fantastic. :)
I bet college was a def. wakeup call :). I keep telling my son high school is next year and it's going to be a lot more work. "eh" he says lol - Time will teach him I suppose ;).
It's all about finding your passion. Once that's in place, All "work" becomes something else. "Flow" kicks in. Csikszentmihalyi wrote about it. Mind you, I haven't found the place where "flow" and money intersect, but I'm getting there.
Indeed it will, Christian :)
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Yes I can see that. He has a shot at a magnet school that is more aligned with his interests, but he's going to have to work harder to get in, it's highly competitive.