Learning From Olympians (Continued)

Do you know children, teens, and maybe young adults who have an unrealistic goal or expectation for perfection? They may resent practice and studying because they think things should come

Helping Children Relate To Olympians The “Smarts” Way

If you’ve watched any of the Olympics, you’ve seen some of the best examples of being smart with body smart that exist. Have you also noticed the athletes’ use of

Music Smart – Why It’s Good

[callout]Every Wednesday, I’ll post about multiple intelligences so we can better understand children and why they do what they do.[/callout] Do you know children, teens, and adults who are music smart? They

The Proper Perspective on Being “Perfect”

Every Monday, I’ll post about discovering genuine hope and authentic answers for living a healthy life. — When I speak about our core needs, the topic of perfection comes up in

Thought Provoking Discussion Starters #27: As the Olympics Begin, What’s Your Definition of “Compete?”

Every Friday, I’ll post thought provoking discussion starters.  — Words fascinate me. Did you know that the word “compete” has its roots in Latin and means “to seek together”? It means

The Importance of Winning & Losing: Some Questions to Ask

For this second column about competition (click here for the first), I’m going to do something I’ve never done. A whole article didn’t come together in my mind because all of these ideas were competing for my attention. So, why not just list them?