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All Teachers Can Lead: Why Few Do & Most Don’t

Why would a teacher want to be an educational leader? If you are considering becoming a teacher leader, you must have lost your mind. Yes, it’s true that all teachers can lead. That’s easy, if you are willing to work … Continue reading

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Amy Winehouse: Angel Song

Amy Winehouse: Angel Song The day Amy Winehouse passed away, I wrote a blog post in which I simply tried to let Amy tell her story, in her own words, through the many recorded interviews she left behind, primarily on … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs: “People With Passion Can Change The World For the Better” (The Crazy Ones)

@mcleod: Steve Jobs, the crazy one http://t.co/Fsc3FPlz We need more crazy leaders The Crazy Ones Original “Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. … Continue reading

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Michael Jackson Is Alive: Hold My Hand

OK, I can hear you, saying, where did you see Michael? Well, chill out, relax, you know my name is Thomas, which goes a long way in matters of faith. So, hold my hand as I speak of Michael… I … Continue reading

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