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The Power of Questions

Could questions be more powerful than answers? Is it possible that there are questions powerful enough to change the course of our lives forever? Are there questions that can shape or reshape our destiny? I have found that the asking of potent questions is like the ‘Thomas Edison Attitude’. Ask not once, but ask until the […]

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I’m right your wrong!

The most effective Classroom Teachers have cracked the unspoken code of the human condition. This competitive code is – Right Vs Wrong and by the way I’m always RIGHT! As a classroom teacher it is very easy for conflict to arise with students. See if you recognize any of the following scenario: A student disagrees […]

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See Through Scotomas!

I was getting my nails done yesterday and got into a discussion on life and living with Renee, who does my nails. This is no unusual situation as Renee and I often wax philosophical during our once a month nail time together. But for some reason our discussion struck a self-reflective chord yesterday. I walked […]

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Break a Habit – Make a Habit?!

Just last week one of the participants in a course I was running threw a great question at me. It was a question that I think each of us has asked at one time or another. “So Trinidad,” she said, “How do you break a habit when you realize that it no longer serves you […]

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Courageous Conversations

It has been a terrific trip to Australia. The work has been engaging, inspiring, invigorating and highly creative. I have experienced being with leaders who were willing to view their professional relationships from a fresh perspective and to approach their work in new ways. This takes courage, the courage to question and reassess attitudes and […]

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