“Same Thing” or “Something?”

Here is a question I think is important to consider.     When students walk out of our schools, are our hopes that they all leave that experience good at the “same thing” or “something?”     For example, does the work done in schools focus on all our students being good at math, or […]

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Bonusode: Join the Inaugural Class of Full Focus Planner Certified Pros

You’ve incorporated the Full Focus Planner into your day-to-day life and have transformed your productivity. But you want to go even deeper. You want to maximize the Planner to the fullest and become a power user. You want to be able to display your expertise to customers, colleagues, and potential employers—and maybe even discover new […]

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How Gratitude Makes Us Resilient

There’s a widely held assumption that gratitude leaves us feeling complacent. If we’re comfortable with life, we’ll feel no need to achieve more. And also have no need to set goals, right? But the opposite is true. Gratitude doesn’t make us complacent. Instead, it increases our efforts in the pursuit of goals. There are several […]

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17 Benefits of Thankfulness and Gratitude

Thankfulness and Gratitude In the United States, we celebrate Thanksgiving this week. That usually means overindulging in food, football, and family. It’s also a time to increase our gratitude for the many blessings we have.   “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” -Cicero     For years, […]

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Testimony: Silence the Lies You Believe With God’s Truth

Since before I can remember, before I even knew what the word “lust” meant, I was immersed in it. Around the age of six, I was acting out in lust with self-gratification. It controlled me, and no one knew about it. Hi, I am a grateful believer in Jesus Christ, I struggle with lust, control […]

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Celebrating People Across the Hallway

Have you ever felt professional jealousy toward you for an achievement you made? I guess you probably have, and I can say that I have felt that myself.  It takes away some of the “shine” of the moment (or longer) of being proud of something you have accomplished.  Bluntly, that feeling sucks. Now let’s flip […]

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How to Build and Repair Your Reputation

Do you consider your personal brand? Do you manage your company’s reputation? Why is it important to manage your reputation? Lida Citroen, an expert in the field of reputation management, has a resource to anyone who wants tips to build a reputation that can withstand negative influences and becomes stronger over time. In CONTROL THE […]

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How to Keep Employees Engaged

Most leaders are good at pushing their organization forward. They’re able to hit their goals, and they might even be decent at profit. But, unfortunately, many leaders don’t prioritize their people. If a leader doesn’t know what to do with their people, morale will be low, people will leave, and the business will suffer. The […]

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How to Create an Adaptable Curriculum and Flexible Learning Experiences That Work in Any Environment

I am really proud that in partnership with IMPress Books, we have just released a new book by my good friend and someone who pushes my thinking continuously, AJ Juliani. The book is titled, “Adaptable: How to Create an Adaptable Curriculum and Flexible Learning Experiences That Work in Any Environment” and is now available in […]

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2 Questions to Ensure Your Rituals Work for You

We all have rituals, even if we don’t refer to them in those terms. They’re simply the tasks we do on a regular, even daily, basis. They’re so woven into our days that we’re on autopilot when we do them. Things like showering and getting ready for bed, setting up the coffee maker for the […]

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