Monday Moanin Thoughts #315 Check Out These Thanksgiving 2018 Quotes

Happy chilly Michigan Monday Moanin  to all of you. This is also Thanksgiving week 2018.  I wish all of you positive energy and hope as you celebrate later this week.  Listed below are several thoughts from educators about leading with gratitude.  As we celebrate Thanksgiving 2018, consider using them as a reminder as you prepare for a productive week. They are:

“Saturday Shout out time!!! So proud and thankful for our team for always striving to be an authentic learner and continuously modeling excellence for our students and community!! Thank you! Thank you!”   –  Roy Bishop

“The actual definition of Thanksgiving to it’s core is gratitude. Please take time over the Thanksgiving Break to discuss what you are thankful for with your child(ren). Don’t forget to let them share what they are thankful for as well.” Matt Jansen

“I truly believe that is THE trait that makes possible. After all, you can have tons and tons of blessings (reasons to be happy) but if you don’t have gratitude, it’s really just like not having them at all. And you simply cannot be happy ” Bob Berg

“Go 24 hours without complaining(Not even once.) Then watch how your life starts changing!” #gratitude #OtherPeopleMatter #COLchat- Michele Corbat

“So, first and foremost, I’m thankful for a holiday that reminds me to pause and have a heart of gratitude. After all, as they say, it’s not happy people who are thankful, but thankful people who are happy.” Jordan Catapano

“School leaders who trust teachers and support them.” John DePasquale

“Thanks to our team: principals, Literacy Specialists, and Special Education today with at Grateful to work with and our leadership team that believes in kids over test scores. Be brave enough to advocate in all roles!”  Kris Griffor

Have a wonderful beginning of the Holiday season and keep finding the good stuff.

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