Education is a reflective practice. This blog provides my views on educational leadership , best practices, and creating a student-centered learning culture.
Extraordinary starts with you—perhaps an ordinary person at an ordinary job doing ordinary things on an ordinary day. No special advantages. No remarkable skills that can’t be duplicated. No large bank account. Just all-around “ordinary.” Then, you decide to do something extra. To be something extra. Something a lot-a-bit extra. And not just one time. And then one day, everyone watching you will notice that “ordinary” is no longer an accurate description for the person you have become. For what you have done. Does extraordinary happen by applying any of the following actions ? Why not choose to be EXTRAORDINARY ?–