Leadership is defined by many things. Amongst them, is the ability to inspire others to do better.
With all my heart, I love my children. I really do. Except when they're loud, obnoxious brats. Or when they don't eat. Or when they don't put their toys away. Or when they don't sleep.
In this day and age of modern technology and especially with the advent of the internet and search engines like Google, the role of the teacher has changed, whether they know it, or like it, or not.
Is integrity a superpower? Not in the sense of the USA, China or Russia, but a power that only someone like Superman or Captain America has. Honestly, the way I look at the world today, it seems more and more likely that this is the case.
My kids love to play, seriously, the LOVE to play. But then again, which kid doesn't? Play is said to be one of the cornerstones of a child’s development. If we watch our kids play, we can see that they aren’t limited by what’s in front of them. Their only limit is what their imagination permits. To them, even the sky isn’t the limit.
The weather was pretty good over the weekend and my kids went out for an activity in the park. They had a lot of fun at the Chichi dan Chacha Happy Camp. This time around they had their activities outdoors, so their themes were mainly nature based. It's a good thing my eldest daughter loves going outdoors. My younger, not so much.
I've had a lot of people ask me to write a blog to share some of my experiences in work and in life. OK, so 3 people... and my 2 kids count! Usually, I don't like being in the limelight, but that's the beauty of the internet, isn't it? I sit behind a screen and say what I want and in a way, I'm saying it to myself, it just so happens that a whole load of other people can potentially see it.