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8 Disorganization Styles of Struggling Boys

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The Sincere Slacker


The Sincere Slacker has convinced himself that a little effort in just the right place is sufficient and is genuinely puzzled at the lackluster results of this academic philosophy.

Homayoun's Tip: Sincere Slackers can be quieter kids who sometimes lack social self-confidence. Adults sometimes underestimate the wonderful life lessons that are taught through working at a summer job and earning those first few paychecks. The shift in confidence and perspective when boys have responsibility and ownership for their work can be monumental.

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