Making Time

Last week I was having a conversation about bringing fresh ideas, resources, and materials to the learning at a school. This led me to say that no one has time to do more, but everyone has a responsibility to do things differently. There are many of us that have embraced the challenge to do things differently to meet the needs of kids. This is a powerful catalyst for excellence, and this shift coupled with the importance of us, at a greater degree, not choosing actions that are urgent, but that are truly significant for growth and change can actually create a feeling of more time. Best of all, these shifts allow us to work in a way that creates fresh opportunities for ourselves and others in the area of educational excellence.