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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

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Eric Thomas

“I am…..” #SOL18

First, something mindless and fun:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvY4o8XUPsI&lc=z232gvpqmkydtvql5acdp432jip2dd0jhasoe4glezlw03c010c.1519496819918993 We came across this gem as we were investigating Hulu for the first time. It's part of the Big Block SingSong series, a 15 minute clip of silly songs. This was the first one... Continue Reading →

Building Towards Better

I've written before about Eric Taylor (@Ericthomasbtc ). This man's got the gift of inspiration, of being able to speak about life in a way that makes you want to go out and make it happen. I love watching his stuff, subscribe... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: Worry

NOTE: While I'd love for you to read on, this is another dumping of yuck out of my head. Please feel free to move on. Either that or read at your own risk. 🙂   Yup, it's the beginning of... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: “When You Want To Succeed As Bad As You Want To Breathe”

Keeping the positive Fridays theme I've had going, I'll go to first Eric Thomas then, Allen Zimmerman. I've posted Eric Thomas videos here because the man in just a best when it comes to his story and how he inspires... Continue Reading →

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