The 11 Thought Leaders That Parents Should Know

Every parent remembers their first day “on the job” — these 11 leaders will help guide you through yours.

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“ I [we] wake up with a new brain everyday and it is up to me to figure out what it is going to be.”

In a growth mindset, challenges are exciting rather than threatening. So rather than thinking, oh, I’m going to reveal my weaknesses, you say, wow, here’s a chance to grow.”

“As much as talent counts, effort counts twice.”

“Anxiety is like a cult leader. It has rules it wants you to follow.”

“We are 50% of every interaction with a child.”

“When coaching students to develop executive function skills we help them to go from intention to action by teaching them to perform a mental dress rehearsal or to do a “dry run” of the task in their mind before they begin to carry out the plan.”

“Mindsets +Skillsets=Results!”

You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.”

“The best way to foster stressed out, reactive, checked-out kids is to surround them with stressed out, reactive, checked-out adults. BUT. The best way to foster mindful, present compassionate kids is to surround them with mindful, present, compassionate adults.”

“In a very real sense we have two minds, one that thinks and one that feels.”

“If students learn that strategies are tools for understanding the conceptual context of text, then the strategies become more purposeful and integral to reading activities.”

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Neuroeducational Consultant empowering teachers, parents, students, athletes and coaches.