The idea of failing isn't something that sits well with me. I'm a bit of a perfectionist and moving outside my comfort zone to embark on something new or challenging can make me feel things that I would rather not feel. But I'm learning that one of the best ways to grow and improve in anything, is to do something I've never done before.
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It takes tenacity, confidence, and unfettered passion to make it as an entrepreneur in this world. Only an entrepreneur with these traits can identify a problem within the community, create a solution to that problem, and effectively communicate to buyers that they have solved a problem for them. That is exactly what one special needs doctor has done to provide a much-needed service, using her passion-driven insight to solve a serious societal issue.
Christine Cissy White 12/5/16 8:00 AM
Maybe you've seen this story circulating about the goat soothed by wearing the duck costume. If you haven't, please check it out.
It's rare that a story about anxiety can warm the heart as much as this one does.
What I love about it besides the "too much cuteness" factor is that it's also so compassionate and kind. It could be shared with children as well as adults who are struggling with anxiety.
Christine Gross-Loh Author, Parenting Without Borders: Surprising Lessons Parents Around the World Can Teach Us
“M-a-t” “M-at.” “Mat.” My 6-year-old pored over her Bob book, painstakingly sounding out each word. I listened and worried; her older brother was able to read those same words at a much younger age.
It’s natural to compare our children and fret over their development. We are encouraged in the United States to look at a child’s expected milestones and make sure they are meeting them on time. It wasn’t until I started researching global parenting that I discovered how many of a baby’s and child’s stages and milestones actually aren’t universal.