Tagged with Decision-making

Goofus and Gallant

Do you remember reading Highlights for Kids magazine? Like millions of American children, I discovered Highlights in the waiting room of the doctor’s office.  Nestled among an array of magazines for grown-ups, Highlights was fun to read because it was especially written for kids.  One of the magazine’s regular features that I enjoyed was a … Continue reading

Making Great Choices – With Confidence, Part 2

Charting Your Course: Preparing The Way You have brains in your head.  You have feet in your shoes.  You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  You’re on your own.  And you know what you know.   And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go… ― Dr. Seuss, from Oh, The Places You’ll Go! … Continue reading

Making Great Choices – With Confidence

Finding Your Starting Point: Identifying What is Meaningful to You There is something about this photo that I like.  Even though it’s a solitary scene, it seems to call out to me, like a personal invitation.  The little red boat sits at the end of a railed, clear path next to the landing, waiting to … Continue reading