“Failure is not permanent! Most of us falsely believe in the permanence of failure.” Jeff Goins Newsletter August 20. Once again this was a great article, so check out his blog. When working with kids, there are some who will take risks in their learning and some who will shake their heads. Today I took … Continue reading failure is not permanent
The first week back at school is always exhausting for parents and children. There are new teachers to be met, new routines, the brain needs to click into a different gear and everyone has to be out the house early in the morning! Thus, it was no surprise when my 8 year old had a … Continue reading Grit, change and stories!
The use of words and language is so powerful! I was having a quick chat with a colleague who mentioned the blog I had previously written failure is not permanent. He happened to say that to some, even the term ‘risk taking’ implies the potential for failure. In the fields of school teaching, parenting and generally … Continue reading Let’s call it an ‘experiment’