1. Ellen Bremen
    November 1, 2011 @ 5:50 pm

    Thank you so much for your comment, smithmichael: I looked at the site and what an important tool! Fantastic! Love the title of the book, as well. Of course, I totally agree with you about the deliberation. Good for students to practice that in college… where the stakes are high, but not quite as high as with a boss. Ellen


  2. smithmichael
    October 29, 2011 @ 6:49 am

    I love your description in the conversation. anyways…i am the author of crucialconversationsapp.com. Interpersonal communication is irreversible. Once the word is out of your mouth, it cannot be swallowed back. So one should make sure that whatever one blurts out from the mouth it should be done with deliberation. For more information related to this please visit at the given link : Interpersonal communication


  3. Ellen Bremen
    October 24, 2011 @ 4:52 pm

    Thank you so much for your comments, Renee. I agree with you that keeping those important dates in mind is key. With respect to talking with profs, sometimes, in special circumstances, there may be other possibilities, like taking an incomplete. Ellen


  4. Renee
    October 22, 2011 @ 9:54 pm

    Great information! As an Resident Assistant we stress to our residents all of the important dates like the last day to drop a class for a refund, for 50% refund, and the final drop date. I think it is important as a student to keep these dates in mind because by the time it is the final day to drop a class it is halfway into the semester and there might not be a lot of time to make the changes that are needed to pass the class. I think with most just dropping seems the obvious choice, but talking with professors and building that relationship can be very beneficial.


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