What is the most important lesson you can teach a child?
Confidence and a sense of strong self worth. If they have that, they will take risks and fall with grace having what it takes to get up and do better the second time around.
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover."
Mark Twain, American author and humorist
"You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream"
A simple strategy for washing away fear of change Why leaving your comfort zone is rewarding.
How to bring more risk into your life (and why you should) Double your failure rate to succeed.
Babies don't quit and why you shouldn't either What Colonel Sanders, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison and a baby have in common.
The connection between Middle school minds and Corporate America
Wisher, Washer, Wishy-Washy is a unique metaphor that illustrates nineteen overlooked attributes of water that can be applied to our lives to effect positive, meaningful and lasting SUCCESS.
The Action Guide blends inspiring quotes and the wisdom of the ages with real stories of people who have dreamed big and overcome hardships. A major section provides templates for the reader--everyone from student to retiree--to chart his or her own destiny, to discover and apply the startling power and promise of water. BE A Washer.
Really believe in Yourself
Accept failure as only a "false start"
Use false starts as stepping stones to reach your goals
Leverage setbacks and disappointments into "invigorating challenges"