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Glad to be back!

I’m so sorry for the break in time. Thank you for your patience, love and understanding. It has been a personal situation with my mother. She is now on the mend and I thank all of you for your best wishes and support. I’m on the way to Australia for a very exciting one month […]

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DSWA IQ EQ SQ

The DSWA Celebration event on April 29-May 2nd in Dallas was an outrageous and beautiful opportunity to connect, learn and share. Here are my slides for the keynote for all of those who requested them. Thank you, one and all. I know that I have made some life time friends! Much Aloha from Hawaii, Trinidad.

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How Do You Define Success?

The dictionary says that success is defined as “the attainment of popularity or profit,” or “a person that achieves desired aims or prosperity.” That may be the world’s definition of success, but I define success as a measurement of the heart that only the heart can know. In other words even if the world says […]

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Turning Intention into Action

In the summer of 2010, three principals from Melbourne, Australia approached me to ask for training in my anti-bullying program. They requested a train the trainer program saying that they wanted to deliver the curriculum to their students. After much discussion, a hundred e-mails back and forth with Lynne (my business partner), and a series of […]

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Happy Holidays

On Thanksgiving Day I always write a list of 50-100 things I’m thankful for. The first thing on my list this year was the fact that my mother is still living. She is 92 and doing very well. Her mind is clear and she is still active and I am so grateful for that! So […]

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Every Child is Your Own

I had the wonderful opportunity to spend 8 days with Barbara Watterston, the Deputy Executive Director at Centre for Strategic Education, at my home in Hawaii. And we were talking about teachers and education, specifically the child in your classroom. To cut to the chase, we spoke of keeping the perspective of treating every child […]

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August in Australia

I was reflecting about 5 days ago as I kicked back and relaxed on my flight from Canberra back to Melbourne. For 9 years Lynne and I have been coming to Australia, yet this tour has been one of the most amazing and exhilarating ever. Relationships are everything! It is what invigorates me and brings joy […]

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