Childhood Heroes: Wonder Woman, Bionic Woman and Ann

We all have heroes and people we look up to in our lives.

Prompted by a suggestion from Thrive Global, below is an article about some early influencers in my life as a woman, a saxophone player, and a nurturer.

To view the article, please press the link below:

https://thriveglobal.com/stories/childhood-hero-jamie-the-bionic-woman/A picture of one of my favorites in her Wonder Woman costume

My second place finisher for favorite hero: Wonder Woman

Connecting! Leading Through Words, Looks, and Intentional Silences

I’m a big fan of toddlers and teenagers.

I love their expressive faces, their body language, and their non-verbal expressions.

Please click the link below read an article initially published on Thrive Global about managing and connecting with staff:

https://thriveglobal.com/stories/connecting-is-fun-leading-with-how-you-doin-empathetic-looks-and-silence/ 

Making it fun! ADHD, High Intensity Kids, and Providing Therapy and Structure to All of the Above

A picture of teenage boys looking like they are cranky

Love the super-powers that attention differences can give you or someone you know and care about?

Having ADHD or attention differences can be challenging, particularly for those closest to and providing structure to the person who has those differences.

Please click the link below read: Thanks!

https://thriveglobal.com/stories/making-it-fun-working-with-kids-with-adhd/

New Year, New Day, 2019

Click the link below to read an article published initially on Thrive Global. It includes some of plans to relocate and the feeling of being ready to begin something new. Thanks!

https://thriveglobal.com/stories/2019-the-new-year-is-here-and-ready-to-be-started/

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