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  1. Mark Moorhouse

    This makes me think about “working smarter, not harder”. It is something I try to share with my students but sadly, at times, I struggle to do it myself…especially in my personal life. This quote is one that I will be sharing with my class and making it a part of what we do and how we talk!

  2. Brent Sutter

    I agree totally with your notion that good leaders ask for help when required. I am intrigued by idea that you are weak if you ask for help. Where does this come from? Is it a societal creation that stems from the business world of secrecy? As educators we not only must model a culture of assistance (both asking AND giving) when asked but also of openly offering before being asked.

    As usual, thanks for openly sharing.

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