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Leading Your Life by Creating Great Moments

Last Friday, the results of my PET scan revealed that the three metastases in my lungs and the one in my liver are gone. Gone! Nivolumab administered intravenously every two weeks seems to be working. My loved ones are breathing … Continue reading

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I Hate Him

“I hate him,” said Gabby when I asked her to tell me about her teenage son. Please follow and like us:

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Creating a Life: The Purpose of School

Could creating a life be the purpose of school? Why not? When it is, everything works right. When schools have other ends in mind, they get discipline problems, dropouts and lower performance. By the end of September, seventh grader Kaden was sending himself … Continue reading

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Can Your Genius Make Conflict Creative?

Can conflict be creative? My older brother and I fought a lot. “Fight to the death!” we said. It scared our mother, and scared me, too, I guess. I remember at age eight fighting in our back yard with Bruce Keller, … Continue reading

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Learning Language, Math, & Science Concepts Through Play

Play is essential to optimize learning Language, Math, Science, as well as preparing the brain for collaboration, creativity and making valuable contributions to the world. Please follow and like us:

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