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Your Manifesting Mind

If thoughts turn into things then your mind is a great ‘manifestor’. When viewed in this way, were it not for our negative subconscious programming, we would be incredible intention generators. Let’s put that another way. We already are incredible intention generators. However, what we are manifesting maybe less than EXACTLY what we want because […]

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Teaching Students to Control Their Emotions

My recent post about Modelling Emotional Behavior seems like a great time to think about teaching this skill in your classroom. As a professional teacher you will have to make this activity age relevant and scaffold the learning for your room. However, if you are willing to work with your students on emotional literacy you […]

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IQ, EQ, SQ Modelâ„¢

I want to respond to a recurrent question that has been asked of me. It came up again just recently and I realized that I needed to listen, review and respond! The question was this: “Do you really feel that the emotional and social qualities (EQ and SQ) are learn-able?” The recent question was couched […]

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Australian Tour

It’s been a fabulous 2 weeks so far. Lynne and I have visited Sacred Hearts School where principal Erin MacDonald brought 3 schools together for a wonderful full day program. Over sixty people attended and we had a magical day full of activities, discussion and exchange. Our Aloha goes out to Erin for all that […]

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Keeping Cool Under Pressure

Last time we said that challenge is the mother of change! Now its time to retrofit our brains for the high force financial winds of these times. Stress side slams our beautiful brain. When this happens, our prefrontal cortex, the planner and thinker part of our brain (in red), loses control and our emotional limbic […]

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