Posted tagged ‘education’

Access Higher Education FREE and Get Free Tutoring

December 30, 2012

More possibilities exist FREE if when you are ready to capitalize on them.  Between free courses on sites like Coursera and free tutoring on sites like Khan Academy you can really improve your ability to LEARN.  See Khan Academy explained by the founder.

  So all you really need to do now is schedule your learning time like you have a fixed schedule.  Don’t worry you can adjust it as needed.  The benefit in scheduling is that you must then make a conscious decision to switch the time encouraging rescheduling over cancelling.

Go for it.  You can even host a class at your home or in a library room and work together.  Have fun with it.  Start a Learning Club.  To get actual college credit, after completion, some institutions will consider the certificate given upon successful completion as validation.  Other courses may provide the knowledge so you can take the CLEP test.  College Examination Program offered by the College Board, the same organization that provides the SAT (Standard Aptitude Test)

So what are you waiting for?  Just have fun with it and start now.  You can transform your life by continuing to learn.  The possibilities are endless.

– Clifton McKnight is an author, educator, counselor, personal coach and keynote speaker. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter and other (social) media. Visit his site at

It’s Within That Counts

February 20, 2011

My # 2 daughter, Chelsea is fast becoming a part of this effort to add to your day.  Thank you AGAIN Chelsea.  Your poem offers food for thought.

Artwork by Chelsea McKnight

People always try to glamorize their lives, publicize their ties and muffle out their up your eyes to what we all disguise and we could share our minds and deeply empathize.. – Chelsea McKnight

A Harmony That Learns

Let the gift of the real you meet the gift of the real me and we will recognize  one another emanating a harmony that warms, that learns, that heals.

Harvard May Pay for You or Your Chlid to Attend!

May 6, 2010

Harvard is offering free tuition for families making less than $60,000 a year, visit Harvard’s financial aid website at:

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