Monthly Archives: March 2017

One More Reason to Love Dr. Sheldon Cooper

Chances are, you’ve seen the Big Bang Theory. According to Neilsen ratings, it was the most watched primetime television program of 2016, beating out even Sunday Night Football and it has been the most watched scripted television show for the … Continue reading

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We are born colorblind

A heartwarming news story caught my eye recently and reminded me just how much we can learn from young children. Over the years I have heard many sweet conversations take place in my classroom of 3-6 year olds. Inevitably at … Continue reading

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Leaders That Can Admit They Have Made a Mistake

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick admits he ‘must fundamentally change as a leader and grow up’ Do leaders make mistakes? When leaders make mistakes, who is responsible for pointing out their mistakes? In any business or structure environment, the leader is … Continue reading

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Lollipop Moments (Everyday Leadership)

  Have you ever just thought about what is leadership? How does leadership fit into our everyday lives? Leadership is a term we often believe only belongs to individuals that are in some type of supervisory role. Have you ever … Continue reading

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Dream Big, Princess.

Those eyes.  That smile.  She is my entire reason for being. What kind of world is she going to grow up in? Teacher. Babysitter. Singer. Princess. She’s told me she wants to be so many things when she grows up. … Continue reading

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Freeze or Get Down

Evelle and Gale Snoats When John Goodman’s Gale and William Forsythe’s Evelle, in the 1987 Coen Brother’s classic Raising Arizona, walk into that dusty farmer’s bank for one of their standard bank robberies they face a test of their leadership … Continue reading

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