THINK SAFETY FIRST – SESSION FIFTEEN

Thinking before acting is the Emotional Fitness aka Emotional Intelligence game plan. The first thing to think about is safety. This EFT Poster Coach says it all. If you haven’t started the course at the beginning, do so now. Here is session one followed by the others.  PARENTING TIPs Tip one:  When danger looms, kids …

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TO RISK OR NOT TO RISK

An Emotional Fitness Training® Poster Coach and some quotes to think about. The last quote was my mother’s mantra for encouraging a shy me to take some chances. Coupled with the message, “Mistakes are for learning” allowed me to put shyness in its place.  You do remember I stood up on Oprah and had my …

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DAILY POST CHALLENGE (via Emotfit’s Blog)

Reposting my Daile Post Challenge response from yesterday as it shares important knowledge about learning disabilities and was posted so late most of my friends who would be interested were probably sleeping. Some are Facebook friends and not subscribed to the blog. Apologies to those who think I post far too much. Stay strong. BAD …

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DAILY POST CHALLENGE

BAD TEACHERS? WHOSE ON YOUR LIST?  Mark Katz, author of On Playing a Poor Hand Well makes the point that teachers teach the way they learn,  for the love of their subject, or for the love of children.  As someone who learns very differently from the average, and suffered, I have spent most of my working …

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