There are no fast and easy shortcuts when it comes to violence.
To genuinely learn, we have to work at meaningful intensity to allow ourselves and our students to truly process and own the positions.
Knowing our Why can be very powerful for accomplishing goals.
Another simple and friendly reminder that what I know right now is limited by my current level of experience.
Where do you want to go? Who do you want to be?
Are you choosing people in your life that will support you in getting there?
Priority: something that is more important than other things and that needs to be done or dealt with first.
By openly challenging those convictions, we have the opportunity to reinforce why they were important, evolve our current view of them, or realize that we have moved past them.
Am I inspiring this person to grow, to explore, to progress.
Or am I confining their ability to do so?
We try to do too many things at once and end up making minimal progress in any one area.
Goals are the direction. They give us a bearing.
Decision, action, and consistency require direction to be effective.