Today is American Thanksgiving. Flashback 20 years. My family drove across from Chicago to Grand Beach, Michigan to celebrate Thanksgiving at my Aunt Joan and Uncle Ed’s house. 852 more words
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Gymnastics Based Preventative Rehabilitation for Ankle Instability and Chronic Inversion Ankle Sprains
After a few weeks on break, I’m looking forward to getting back into posting some new stuff for readers. I just wanted to take a minute to thank everyone for their support and positive feedback regarding the site. 5,034 more words
A few years ago when I was six months into a new role, I asked my colleagues for their initial assessment of my performance. I discussed this with them face-to-face then asked them to submit their feedback, comparing my stated goals with what had actually transpired. 249 more words
This week and last, students in grades 1 to 4 have been working on balance. We’ve spent time discussing the different types of balance (static and dynamic), and have had the opportunity to practice balancing during some games and skill building activities.
The very idea that ignorance can be a leadership virtue seems absurd. We’re conditioned, understandably so, to believe in the power of knowing. Training in your organization’s culture, being aware of colleagues’ work styles and priorities, knowing how to devise and implement plans: these positive aspects of the fear-based world are inextricably linked to effective leadership. 341 more words