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J Anderson
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Education leader passionate about connecting people to purpose.
Education leader passionate about connecting people to purpose.

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One Person
I've always been a proponent of the power of relationships in learning. My recent experiences and learning confirmed and extended my belief to further pursue a greater understanding of others' impacts on my learning.   Steve Gilliland stated: "One person, i...

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Setting boundaries to succeed
As part of my summer reading, I came the 1911 story of the expedition race to the sourth pole between Roald Amundsen and Robert Scott (in Great by Choice by JIm Collins, & in Essentialism by Greg McKeown).  Scott's team w alked as far as possible on good da...

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Being All In
Most of us who have ever heard of the great American leader Abraham Lincoln will recall what he said of his mother: “All that I am, all that I hope to be, I owe to my Angel mother.” (in Abraham Lincoln’s Philosophy of Common Sense, ed. Edward J. Kempf, 1965...

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Random lessons
I have become comfortable in being constant in failure. That is not to mean I haven't had successes; I've been blessed in that regards - better than I deserve. Redefining failure may be necessary. It is failure to arrive at a level I am completely satisfied...

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The 4 Practices of Servant Leadership in Schools
The concept of Servant Leadership is something of a misunderstood but very desirable leadership style. Considered to be "soft leadership," Servant Leadership is rather challenging, as it requires fantastic levels of emotional vesting. Many people want to be...

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Watched this (again).  So many words of wisdom...

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This is fantastic!

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For Leaders: Every Day as the First Day
The first day of school is a misnomer.  Everyday can and should be considered a first day.  This Tuesday is the first Tuesday of the Week. Most will consider this Friday to be the end of the work week, but it is also the first Friday of this week.  Everyday...
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