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In school, there are kids who are so quick to pick up a mathematical formula, to memorize a poem, to get the principles behind a mechanism, to distinguish differences between and among similar words, to read such lengthy books and do amazing reports on them. There are kids, too, who would struggle to write down what the teacher has written before the notes disappear from the board, spend all night trying to finish half a chapter of a novel, or seek professional help to learn the basics of fractions. At work it could be so difficult to keep up with deadlines on reports, articles, reviews and minutes. Everything could seem too fast that you sometimes blame your boss for being too demanding, when the truth is you need some stretching in certain skills, which could make you a better employee, a more excellent student, a more productive person.
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Dale Blaney (born January 30, 1964) is an Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions racer and former college basketball player.