Student Comments

Posted by on Dec 13, 2013 in Student Comments | 11 comments

Please post your comments here:

1) Who are you (optional) and which class did you take?

2) Let us know about your experience.

3) Tell other students what you learned with Dr. Greenberg and what you would want him to do for future classes.

11 responses to “Student Comments”

  1. Lida Blair says:

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You definitely know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your blog when you could be giving us something informative to read?

    • xx4509 says:

      Thanks for your comments and time is the issue. I update when there is something I want to send out. More is on the way, but if you want additional reading material, start finding/reading source documents from authors you like. My next posts are going to be about higher levels of self-education and how this requires reading of source documents, not second-hand accounts of what authors say. The reading of source material is one of the big factors that distinguishes average education from elite education. Those in elite education read original works instead of canned textbooks or other bland and misleading summaries.

  2. Hey would you mind letting me know which webhost you’re working with? I’ve loaded your blog in 3 completely different internet browsers and I must say this blog loads a lot faster then most. Can you recommend a good web hosting provider at a honest price? Thanks, I appreciate it!

    • xx4509 says:

      I would just try a few that compete in the price range you want and see which group’s service you like.

    • Paul says:

      Hi Barney,
      Extremely delayed response here, but I use Inmotion Hosting and they have been SO good to me every single time I contact them. I’m glad to hear things load quickly for you.

  3. Janie Fairy says:

    Woah! I’m really digging the template/theme of this website. It’s simple, yet effective. A lot of times it’s tough to get that “perfect balance” between usability and visual appearance. I must say that you’ve done a fantastic job with this. Additionally, the blog loads very quick for me on Chrome. Excellent Blog!

  4. Tera Whidby says:

    I just added this site to my google reader, great stuff. Cannot get enough!

    • Paul says:

      Hi Tera,
      Thanks very much and while I have no formal plans about adding content, I may just start writing more in 2017 and 2018.
      Paul

  5. Paul,
    I want to do what you do. Seabron Skip Page here from UofR. As you see I visited your site. I’ve some meager accomplishments but my pursuit of the degree is good for me. Sometime I wonder if I’m really ready. I have a site up that’s a fitness site. It is time to make changes with because my credentials will upgrade a little soon. Not so much the degree but I’ve already enrolled in a program for life-coaches.

    Just being in the current stats class is a boost in knowledge, although I need to get better. I’m interested in doing business as a coach with some aspect of neuro-science. Human potential coaches are what’s needed. They can come from many formats and walks of life.

    We’ve got to have another conversation on Monday after the student conference.

    Seabron Skip Page

    • Paul says:

      Hi Seabron,
      Thanks for coming by my site and it only took me four months to approve your post – what a rapid turn around! As you know, I spend most of my time in our classes responding to students but I’ve started to review my site recently and am finally getting back to everybody. I really like that you have a coaching program and wanted to add the link here http://www.cgroupvirtualfitness.com/ for others to view.

      If you are going to be a life coach, I hope you will be one of the research-based life coaches, given that you’ve taken our stats/research class and know what claims need verification and what journals provide that information. FYI and for others, http://www.pubmed.com is a great way to access health science journal articles and many of them are free. I fully agree that human potential benefits from coaching and view classes as a form of coaching. Good luck with your coaching and keep me posted about how things go!

      Paul

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