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How to become a proactive rather than a reactive (lazy) learner?
My whole life I have been a reactive, lazy learner. What that means is that more or less any knowledge I ever acquired came in one of the three possible manners: Someone madated a task for whose ...
Jan 31 '13 at 18:58
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