New Year, New Word
Each year on New Years Day, follow the advice of John Maxwell, and choose a word to focus on for the year. This is a better approach than a resolution that will be abandoned by Ground Hog Day. Last year I chose the word, "finish," since I had started several projects during the prior year without finishing any of them. Using the word to motivate me daily (I posted it on my desk at work), I finished development of several parts of this CLIC program. This year, I chose the word, "grow," which I need to do in several parts of my life. You get the idea, choose a word, make it a theme, and make it a better year than last.
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Dan and Amy Allen are Educators and Advocates for Students.