Why do we need a to-do list?
David Allen in Getting Things Done: The Art Of Stress-Free Productivity writes:
What kind of busy are you?
Seth Godin wrote in his blog that there are two kinds of busy:
Hurray! It’s May!
As school leaders we may be thinking, “May this school year be over.”
From the first of April until mid-June the school year goes at top speed.
Are you concerned about connecting and engaging with the new families in your school?
Are you looking for the steps to create your ideal school community?
Please join me for this FREE one-hour webinar, Transforming Your School Families Into...
Over this school year I’ve shared insights from Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People.
In 2004 Covey published The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness To Greatness.
In The 8th Habit Covey urges us to find our voice and help others find...
Carpenters and cooks know a certain rule of productivity.
A sharp well-maintained tool makes a job go faster and easier.
Plus, tools that are ready to go are a pleasure to use.
One of facts of life that I understand now, that I didn’t appreciate...
Are you a school leader concerned about helping your school families "understand" Montessori?
On Wednesday, February 8 or Thursday, February 9, at 4 PM Pacific, please join me for a 45-minute webinar on Helping Parents "Get" Montessori.
Are you concerned about the effects of the digital age on adults and children?
This 15-minute video with Simon Sinek is a must-see.
Find out how you can make a difference.
One of the habits of highly effective people is to think win/win.
In our building of relationships there is a fundamental idea that comes into play:
We cannot create interdependent connections until we have established independence in ourselves.
As school leaders we serve the needs of others.
From our “love buckets” we go around filling the needs of the children and the community members we serve.
As we serve others we must remember to stop every once and a while to fill up our "love...
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