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PERMA and the Science of Flourishing

Here’s why today’s article matters: despite the pressure many of us feel to help our students succeed in whichever high stakes test comes next in their lives, we all got into this work because we wanted to make a long-term difference. Our Mt. Everests, when we were starting out, weren’t “help my kids for the […]

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Figure 1. From Darren Hardy's The Compound Effect.

Future You Wants You To Do Two Things

I was driving home from a speaking engagement a few weeks ago in central New York — and thank you to the fine folks of Broadalbin-Perth CSD for having me, as it was a true pleasure — when I saw a billboard for the lottery. It said, in large bold print: “FUTURE YOU WANTS YOU […]

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