BEST QUOTES EVER ON TEACHING, LEARNING & EDUCATION

Teaching, Learning & Education Teaching A teacher affects all eternity; you never know where his influence stops. – Henry Adams What a block of marble is to a sculptor a ready mind is to a teacher. Adapted from Joseph Addison Children don’t care what a teacher knows unless they know the teacher cares. – Unknown The best teachers teach from …

We each decide whether to make ourselves learned or ignorant

Take Control of Who You Are

We each decide whether to make ourselves learned or ignorant, compassionate or cruel, generous or miserly.

I am thankful for all of those who said NO to me. Its because of them I’m doing it myself. –Albert Einstein

I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been. Wayne Gretzky

Some bridges need to be built;

Building, Repairing and Burning Bridges

The quality of your life will be dramatically affected by the quality of your relationships. “Some bridges need to be built; some should be repaired; some

RUNNING FASTER AND WORKING HARDER.

Keep Your Eye on the Prize

It’s been said lots of ways: “keep your eye on the prize,” “Before you start climbing the ladder of success be sure your ladder is leaning against the right wall.”

Your happiness is not determined by what life brings to you, but by the attitude you bring to life; not what happens to you, by the way you look at what happened. - Khalil Gibran (adapted)

Your happiness is not determined by …..

Your happiness is not determined by what life brings to you, but by the attitude you bring to life; not what happens to you, by the way you look at what happened. – Khalil Gibran (adapted)

LIVE WITHIN YOUR MEANS.

LIVE WITHIN YOUR MEANS.

LIVE WITHIN YOUR MEANS. Keep your needs simple; enjoy small pleasures. Real value lies in what things mean to you not in their cost or how they are values by others.

Jim Rohn

The challenge of leadership is to be strong,

The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; & have humor but without folly.  – Jim Rohn

Holding a grudge is like

Holding a grudge is like

Holding a grudge is like letting someone you don’t like live in your head rent free. Evict the toxic tenant and use your hard gained wisdom to move on to something better.  – Michael Josephson

If you pursue good with labor,

If you pursue good with labor,

If you pursue good with labor, the labor passes away but the good remains; if you pursue evil with pleasure, the pleasure passes away and the evil remains. – Cicero

Are you examining your life?

– -Is it really true that the un-examined life is not worth living? – Today, Socrates is thought of as one of the world’s great philosophers, but to the leaders of Greece he was annoying

Notes to the Boss

Based on years of managing several organizations, including the Josephson Institute of Ethics, and on extensive consultation with large and small organizations, I’ve distilled much of what I believe and advocate into “Ten Truths.” I hope you find this list helpful. Feel free to share it with colleagues and friends. (Or print this mini-poster version of the list.)

Shopping carts and character

– There are two kind of people: those who return their shopping carts and those who don’t. – When we think about character, we tend to envision really big things, like taking heavy risks, committing bold acts of integrity, being grandly generous, or making tough sacrifices. Such noble choices indicate character,

We’re all ethical in our own eyes

-When it comes to our self-perception of our ethics, most of us have delusions of grandeur. – Think of the most ethical person you know. Do a lot of people come to mind or only a few? Are you having trouble thinking of anyone? If I asked that question of the people who know you well, how many would name …

Build Bridges That Others May Use

Martin Luther King, Jr., said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” In a world increasingly dominated by unapologetic selfishness,