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Talk Like a Pirate Day

Wondering why so many people are wearing eye patches today? Or have parrots on their shoulders?  Or have taken to growling Arrrgh! at unusual moments? 276 more words

Parents And Children

Mastery at Work- Deliberate Practice

One of the important components of attaining Mastery at work is Deliberate Practice. Deliberate practice refers to repetitive practice of important tasks at your job. The practice needs to be systematic, focused, purposeful and done with the end result in mind. 170 more words

Being Successful At Job

Intentional Wonder

I have had a fairly quiet weekend, desperately trying to de-stress from our first week back to school. It was a good week – everyone seemed happy to be back in the routine and it was fairly uneventful. 249 more words


The Four Keys on the Path to Success by Carol Talbot

“Remember, you always get a result. If it’s not the one you want, you have the power and the ability to change.” – Carol Talbot…

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Growing Children Who Can Calm Themselves

Self-regulation is defined as the ability to manage your emotions and behavior in accordance with the demands of a situation.  It’s the ability to calm yourself when upset, to resist highly emotional reactions to stressful stimuli, and the ability to handle frustration and adjust to a change in expectation.  279 more words

Self Regulation

Listening to the Wisdom of the Body: Trauma Care Practice from the Bottom Up

Trauma Informed practice has become a standard of practice in health care and social service settings. This is a good thing as we are now more sensitive to recognizing the effects of trauma on the people we work with, as well as how it affects front line workers. 457 more words

Mental Health

School Readiness: How Can We Help PLAY a Role in Our Childrens' Success

In beginning a new school year we want to help our little ones adjust and succeed, whether they are starting at a new school, or returning to a familiar classroom. 831 more words