Have you ever spent hours on end trying to make a decision? Emily Boyd, our Drake University intern, shares what she has learned about making decisions as a young adult. When faced with decisions, how do you choose what is
It’s easy to write someone off before we understand who they are and why they are that way. Has that happened to you before? Justin Brady from Test of Time Design is today’s guest blogger – he challenges the way we view those “squeaky wheels” in our lives.
Where are children learning character? John Mickelson, our guest blogger, strongly believes that character needs to be addressed not only in families, but in schools as well.
Jim Hallihan, a board member and guest blogger, shares a story with us on the importance of communication between parents and coaches.
When Brian Carico, our guest blogger, was introduced to Character Counts In Iowa, he quickly developed a passion for creating a school of character at Johnston Middle School.
Being a constructive, positive and ethical role model are high priorities in Wendy Havemann’s parenting strategies. What strategies do you use in your relationships? Hear more from our youth involvement director.
Are you standing on the courage of your convictions? Our guest blogger, Gabe Haugland, shares his story about joining the Iowa National Guard, stemmed from an encounter with a powerful quote.
Does character matter in all of our interactions? In today’s guest blog, Deb Chiodo, principal at Moulton Elementary, shows us how to take simple steps toward excellence by focusing on our thoughts, words, and deeds.