Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.
I have met many people over the years who think their lives are in the toilet. 489 more words
This week Andrew finished reading Macbeth. This is a Big Deal.
It’s big not because a play by Shakespeare is tough to digest — not because this is Andrew’s first successful attempt at tackling a play — but because Andrew decided to undertake this challenge on his own. 249 more words
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“I never blame teachers or schools… But there is this deadly culture of standardizing, that’s being pushed on them, politically. My core message here is that we have to personalize education, not standardize it.
From the book The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook:
What am I doing right now to prevent myself from getting what I want?
To get there I need to repeatedly articulate, consolidate, voice, and act on what I already see and know to be true and to repeatedly get rid of clutter that is standing in the way of knowing and seeing more clearly.200 more words
The question that came my way today
Should I challenge you to do a little more SJ with this work?
S = Sensing = Concrete, concrete, concrete.148 more words
So in my past few blogs I have been opening up this point that I was noticing in my life where I noticed that I would often find myself rushing in moments. 706 more words