Mistakes have a negative image. So we hide them, play the blame game, or beat ourselves up when they occur. In fact, these actions compound our mistakes by creating stress and anxiety, damaging relationships, squandering time and money, and most importantly, often causing us to repeat the same mishap over and over again. The truth is, mistakes aren’t inherently bad –– what counts is how we view and react to them.
From our guest contributor, Frank Sonnenberg. Leave your comfort zone. If you don’t feel comfortable delegating, you’re not alone. Change is difficult. Think about it this way…if we didn’t try to walk, we’d all still be crawling. Know what matters
You can show good citizenship by being a leader in your school or community. Leadership isn’t a job – it’s an action. Everyone in your family can be a leader.
This month we’re celebrating Joy C. Corning, the 2017 Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award (Posthumously) recipient!
Everyone is born with the potential for greatness. What happens next is up to you.
This month we’re celebrating North Ridge Elementary School, the 2017 School of Character Award recipient!
Helping a child recognize the impact of kindness is a fabulous way to convey to our kids that caring is important to us and can make our world a better place.