Tag archives for | passion

Tag archives for: passion

Climber vs Connector Part One

Which kind of leader are you?  In his book, Leadership Gold, John Maxwell says, “Most leaders naturally fall into either the climber or the connector camp. They are either highly positional or highly relational.” Over the next few blog posts we’ll examine the characteristics of each- mind you neither is better than the other. You actually

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Love- What is the meaning of this?

Valentine’s Day the day of LOVE The day is flowers, candy, expectations, failures, over abundance, hugs, squeezes, nausea, delight… You name it, you’ll find it. Self-love, true-love, love the baby, love your mama. Heck, love your dog for that matter. What is love? Here’s the low down according to www.dictionary.com noun 1. a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. 2. a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend. 3. sexual passion or desire.

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“Teachers teach more by what they are than by what they say.”

I picked up this quote from thinkexist.com. It resonated loud and clear with me on this beautiful Friday afternoon. So I ask you, “What did you teach this week?” Did you teach  patience, understanding, joy of learning, beauty of questioning, desire to conquer? Or, did you teach frustration, stress, anxiety, overwhelm, surface learning? Reflect for

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