"Using the right tool often results in better outcomes"
When I was in high school, I took one of those aptitude tests that was supposed to provide a direction for my future. The results of that test told me I should be a high school teacher. I ignored those results and happily pursued a number of fields during and after college that, while interesting in their own right, were not personally rewarding. It was not until I was 36 that I realized teaching is not only what I enjoy doing - I'm actually good at it. At that time I returned to graduate... ... More