If jumping off cliffs conjures up more calamity than curiosity, then risk-taking’s likely not right for you. If you agree that safety’s an illusion, or if you crave a challenge here and there to expand the stuff we’re made of, you likely don’t take risks lightly. We tend to lack… Read more »
Looking for a new hope to hold onto? Wish for more contentment or crave less conflict? Dream of leading a new era innovation that offers wonder in a broken world? Wait for nobody else to affirm personal worth, and activate the internal kindness we all crave, by engaging intrapersonal IQ…. Read more »
What if your I Have a Dream lesson opened with your students’ interests? What if Martin Luther King’s life and legacy triggered students’ ability to design a mind-bending dream? Ask a two-footed, dream-building question such as, What innovative change in your situation would benefit you and others? Compare questions… Read more »
Will you see problems pushing against the door jams on your first day back to school? Or do you see possibilities written across backdrop screens of every learner’s mind? You’d have to have the brain of a coconut husk to run from or deliberately block life-changing wonders in your day,… Read more »
The women’s march toward a new American dream holds a delightful discovery that’s simple, while at the same time it’s frightening. Why hadn’t we seen the answer earlier? During the past year many have wondered, what’s held us back from the kind of dream that strengthens our world? Would you… Read more »
As you think about dreaming in 2015 with the brain in mind, is there something you might do differently today?
Read Brain-Powering Your Dream if you’re ready to leap at a new challenge?
[dare to dream]
Dare to Dream with Whitney
Imagine for even a moment, how today could embark you on a brilliant journey toward your most compelling dream!
At a university debate on the brain’s role in education, the dean asked: Why bring the brain into learning, when higher education already has traditions and a proven history? How would you have responded? Looking back, I likely should have told about my own dream that leaders and learners can … Read more »