Last week LYS trained over 400 campus leaders on the PowerWalks observation system. Every trainee was diligent, attentive and earnest. We could not have asked for better groups. While we were doing that, a LYS Principal was writing his weekly newsletter. At the end of the newsletter he included something I had shared in the blog about eighteen months ago. He thought it was important to remind his teachers of something my Uncle Mike (a successful business owner) had taught me (mostly by his deeds – he was a man of few words). I think the lesson is timely, especially for the 400 new PowerWalks users who are going to be spending considerable more time in the classroom. 1. Work hard. 2. Be decent to people, especially the people who rely on you. 3. Don’t take yourself too seriously.
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