November 19, 2017

Lesson of Life: Master of Your Universe

There is only one me. There is only one you.

The words I say, the words I write belong to me; as do my desires, ambitions and talents, as do my shortcomings and frustrations. Your words, desires, ambitions, talents, shortcomings and frustrations, belong to you. …

When the identity of my body flickers and the last ember dies, I must answer only to myself. And when your lifetime is over, you must answer to none other than you.

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The Super Power of Speech: Toastmasters Youth Leadership Program

Whether you Home School or send your kids to traditional schools, this program can help teach your kids the art of public speaking and give them basic leadership skills. I want to pass on just a few Pros & Cons of teaching this program to Middle School aged students.

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The SECRET SILVER BULLET for Educators and Parents

If you only applied only one idea and method to the education of adults and kids alike, which of thousands would give you the biggest bang for your buck?

I’ve tugged and pulled from all corners of my own mind and others’, observing and experimenting with adults and kids alike. And I found what works 100% of the time in both a classroom and household setting. It even works with husbands and conversely, wives.

I laugh now at the simplicity!

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Super Powerful Educational iPad Apps for Kids

Attention Home Scholars and Home Schooler!

Attention astute Parents who subscribe to the philosophy “join them” rather than “fight them” when it comes to using technology to forge a child’s education ahead.

The iPad is not just for business and entertainment; it has fantastic educational application for your kids to grow their Super Powers.

Here is a list of a few of these iPad apps recommened by our guest blogger, Melissa Taylor.

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A Super Computational Knowledge Search Engine for Super Heroes

Any Super Hero in training requires some form of super computer and knowledge base. However, each of our powers may vary person to person, and only a few of us thus far can tap into the “brains.”

We need not only a knowledge base, but also a computer that will do calculations and compare data for us less accessible minds.

Do you wish you had a search (but computable) engine specially designed alike for educators, parents, students, engineers, scientists, and economist? Not to mention the everyday any-age researcher simply curious about the world at large? Now there is!

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Guest Blog: Mimicry – A Most Powerful Super Power

The child tunes in to life and learns at breakneck speed. Mimicking what he sees and hears – he plays tribute to the old “Monkey See; Monkey Do” adage. If the child were raised by wolves, he would howl in the wind and walk on all fours. But unlike the monkey and wolf, children are not animals. … It is the same with manners. Have you ever met a beautifully behaved child? A child who says “please” and “thank you,” a child who is considerate of others, who is a delight to be with? Without a doubt, the people around such a child are polite to him, treat him with respect and grant him importance.

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Peeking at the Super Power of Our Young Super Minds

The Super Minds of our Young Super Heroes are often untapped:
TEACHER: Glen, why do you always get so dirty?
GLEN: Well, I’m a lot closer to the ground than you are.

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Guest Blog: Super Food Needed to Make Super Heroes

If your child has trouble at school, a key factor is likely to be what they are eating for breakfast. Cheerios or Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs for breakfast are a sure way to make your child unhappy, fidgety, tired, and unable to concentrate; No Super Hero can function like that.

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Real Life Super Heroes are … Well, REAL!

There are 100’s, maybe thousands of REAL LIFE Super Heroes. More are pouring onto the streets daily.

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The Secret Ingredient in Elixir to Gain Super Skills

Imagination precedes future plans and actions; Why not make it healthy and active for your child as he grows older?

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Real Life Super Hero Inspiration for YouthMUSE

Ponder this long enough and you realize that imagination is a good thing! I, for one, don’t want to squelch it. Kids and adults alike need inspiration and dreams. That’s how we go from good to great.

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Private! Churning Your Imagination

You have to clearly name the goal in all its guts and glory.

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The Parent Super Power to Discover and Inspire Goals

As parents, we have the Super Power to discover and clarify our kids’ goals, both short and long-term. We can help them identify their purposes for choosing those goals, to recognize the barriers and encourage them to keep overcoming those barriers.

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The Super Power of Changing “Dictated” Education

Education has to align with a purpose to give pleasure and create a desire to seek it out.

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You are a marvel. You are Unique. You are a Super Hero.

“Each second we live is a new and unique moment of the universe, a moment that will never be again. And what do we teach our children?

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The MUSE of FUN for Student Efficiency

For learning to take place with any kind of efficiency students must be motivated

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There is Only One of You With Your Super Powers

There is only one me. There is only one you. The words I say, the words I write belong to me; as do my desires, ambitions and talents, as do my shortcomings and frustrations. Your words, desires, ambitions, talents, shortcomings and frustrations, belong to you.

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What are your real Super Powers?

Openly or secretly, we all want cool super powers. Each of us is unique, with our own endowment of powers. Life appears to be the discovery and utilization of these powers to accomplish goals, both small and large.

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Super Heros influencing children’s choices

Super Heroes influence the life choices of children in both a positive and negative way. This is especially true in today’s world of abundant information and numerous entertainment choices. They often focus on their hero’s Super Powers without realizing the very real powers of their own passion, talents and abilities.

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