There’s a popular saying that you should work smarter, not harder, which is something to keep in mind as we explore the concept of intelligence. There are several things you can do at your school to work smarter, not harder. The lifeline of your school is your students. They dictate the growth and development of your school. Without students, you’re definitely doing things the hard way. Within your school, you work hard to bring in tons of new students in your doors, but once you bring the new students in, you’ve got to close the door behind them; otherwise, you’re constantly trying to replace new students—an effort that’s not working
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