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Success at Failing to Succeed at Failing to Succeed at Failure Pay attention Read listen and learn from the master Failure as an objective is much like meditation in that is so simple thatone has the tendency to make it overly complicated Relax and observe a seasoned pros step-by-step blueprint for failing First one must establish the right relationship with ones teacher This can be achieved in several ways and in many differentsituations beginning with the in-class attitude Arrive late or not at all This will present your teacher with a glaring depiction ofyour attitude toward his or her class Take a seat at the back of the classroom put your feet up on your desk and this isimportant fold your arms This type of closed body language shows that you are totally unwilling to learn In the event that your teacher singles you out for one-on-one communication be prepared What follows is a list of phrasesguaranteed to lower your teachers opinion of you Sir what are ya talkin about Sir can I borrow your book pen paper and imagination With your demeanor now well in check we can focus on your work ethic As a general rule the most efficient way to fail anycourse is to abstain from meeting the course work requirements In this case however the more you flaunt your sloth thebetter your chances become of succeeding at failure Draw attention to yourself with questions like Sir what does n-a-r-r-a-t-i-o-n mean The religious practice of these simple steps should land you a big juicy UTE Unable to Evaluate on your next progressreport There are of course always deviations from the norm For instance your teacher may be grossly incompetent and-perhaps feeling guilty for not knowing your name after 3 months - decide to pass you with a D This calls for drastic action Arson is a time-tested method for making people very angry
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