I will admit, I am currently a Winter Olympics junkie. I know, I jump on the bandwagon of watching sports that I only really care about once every four years, but I love watching people do things remarkably well. These athletes are committed, driven even, to the sacrifice it takes to make an Olympic team. … Continue reading Lessons from Someone Who Never Had A Chance to Win
Last week’s post provided me with some interesting feedback about how our attitude impacts change. I had a few interesting conversations this week about how personal the emotions are that drive our attitude, but also how public that attitude is to those around us. These conversations made me think more about how our attitude, and … Continue reading The Gap
If I asked you to stop and make a list of the five biggest problems you are dealing with right now, what would you write? Go ahead and take some time to think about it, write down the five biggest personal or professional problems you are dealing with. What if I told you that with … Continue reading The Problems You Want
I listened to a podcast this week that gave a passionate message about empowering our students and staff to take control of their work and learning. While I appreciated the energy in the message, I have never liked the term empowerment. I feel the term gives the impression that those on the top have all … Continue reading Empowered?