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Tag Archives: Brain
I’ve been thinking a lot about the power of questions lately. Last year, I wrote a post about how much our brain likes questions and how they can help us get into more creative, higher level thinking if we let them. … Continue reading
You have just arrived on a beautiful island and… guess what? It’s going to be your new home! As you take in the amazing view from where you stand, you notice that all the things you need to build … Continue reading
At this very moment, administrators in my children’s high school are trying to do some damage control in an attempt to clarify a rumor that has begun circulating among students and parents that the popular “block scheduling” is about to … Continue reading
What would you be doing in your life if you had the choice to do something different? What do you think is blocking you from doing these different things? Now think of anything that is difficult for you in your … Continue reading
It is 1981, sometime in late May, and I am at the end of the year picnic for sixth graders at Cosmo Park in Columbia, Missouri where I grew up. Next year we will all be at our junior high … Continue reading