Don’t ask us what grade we are in, ask us what our passions are, ask us what we do for the world…

When an adult meets a kid for the first time, one of the first few questions is always “What grade are you in?” It is a preparation for adulthood when it becomes “What do you do?”. It is a variation of the same question, in that it somehow provides information for the interviewer to define our… Continue reading Don’t ask us what grade we are in, ask us what our passions are, ask us what we do for the world…

Braving it. How to Raise a Courageous Child.

“The very word comes from the heart. Coeur is the French word for heart. It’s important to remember that this isn’t stuff that comes from the brain; it also comes from the gut.” Warren Bennis “I’m nervous but mostly excited.” uttered Ollie, five years old, behind a smile as we waited for the boarding call… Continue reading Braving it. How to Raise a Courageous Child.