Announces "Using Your Head is Stupid" live broadcast

Share Article broadcasts a live, call in or chat in program aimed at teens who want to thrive under pressure, do better on tests, and create successful businesses. John Eliot, a Rice University professor and author of "Overachievement" will lead the the program on Wednesday, August 10, 2005 at 7 PM eastern time. announces its first live broadcast, “Using Your Head is Stupid” on Wednesday, August 10, 2005 at 7 PM Eastern time. In this free program Dr. John Eliot, a professor at Rice University and author of "Overachievement," will answer questions for teenagers including: How do I avoid getting stressed out before taking tests? How to I remember the answers I've studied for when I need them?

Dr. John Eliot will give teenagers the secrets to thriving under pressure. Viewers will have the opportunity to call in questions, chat in questions, and find out why using your head is stupid.

What does this have to do with running a teen business? As a business owner teens get tested every day. This will help them do their best.

To access the program go to and click on the “Using Your Head is Stupid” button. If a teenager or parent misses the program live, or wants to watch this powerful program again, they can watch it from the archives until September 10, 2005.

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