Reclaiming Education

Reclaiming Education

I have been pondering Education of late. As an Educator, I am reminded of the words of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who said… “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character...
A Global Stroke

A Global Stroke

Some weeks back I wrote on My Stroke Still Teaches. In it, I shared “The stroke left me with very little physical impact fortunately, but the way my brain processed going forward was different. Focus was much more crucial. Heavy lifting and processing needed to...
Six Questions for Clarity

Six Questions for Clarity

In Diving into Balance, 6 days ago, I shared on Congruence as I saw it pertaining to finding our best balance. Such balance is individual and unique to us, but I believe and contend that it is forged with Congruence. I recommend the read and reflect. And, I suggest...
A Life Long Learning Journey

A Life Long Learning Journey

In Studentry over Mastery, I suggested… “My thought to you is to start with what you are truly interested in learning. Around what do you passionately, naturally and persistently see yourself as a student? Our studentry, our true studentry‚Ķ is our path to...
A Better LENS for Growth

A Better LENS for Growth

In Your Cooperative System, I offered up on what I affectionately call the “synergy of purpose”. I suggested that I personally use 9 areas of my life to forge a balance and avoid competing “goals”. In order to build on one’s why, what,...