The Three Beliefs Before we can do anything to someone else we must first believe something about ourselves and about our behavior. We all have these beliefs and they...
In the real world, we all have a voice and can exercise our voice to bring about changes that align with our values. One way students can amplify their voice is by...
One of the most powerful policies I’ve ever put in place was to see students as whole people at any age. For some, children are incomplete beings, not capable of...
Our children and students are not products that are just being acted upon; they are people who are participating in the services we provide. Our attempts to clothe...
The Three Beliefs The cornerstone of creating a need-satisfying learning environment is addressing assumptions and beliefs about the nature of behavior and of compulsion...
Can you validate this saying?
Successful dreamers have seen it done; unsuccessful dreamers have merely heard of it being done.
What’s the character limit on these things anyway?
Google and the internet have been around a long time and I can’t tell you how many times I don’t do something simply because I don’t know how to.
That’s a special kind of lazy right there.
Even the most concerted effort cannot bring instant or even “quick” restoration to a broken relationship.
Chances are high the relationship did not vaporize instantly but through a long and gradual deterioration.
Improving it will be a slow repair, hopefully faster though.
I often hear parents say, “I’d do anything for my kids.”
What about give up your agenda for their life? Would you do that?