tim elmore

1. Balance confidence with teachability. Research from a variety of employment sources reveal that 76 percent of young employees
Instead of rushing to their rescue, laugh together as you share stories of your fumbles in life. Teach your kids that failure is a chance to try again.
Why have parents shifted from teaching self-reliance to becoming hovering helicopter parents who want to protect their children at all costs?
Have you ever pondered how many people there are in your life that have had some level of influence upon you to help you become who you are today?
Pictures stick. We remember pictures long after words have left us. They give traction. We remember the stories in a long speech, not the words. They paint a picture.
When a college freshman received a C- on her first test, she literally had a meltdown in class. Sobbing, she texted her mother who called back, demanding to talk to the professor immediately (he, of course, declined).