Never Say Never

Nelson Mandela once said, “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

With the start of a new school year, this statement strongly resonates with me as I reflect on year-end data and begin to set performance goals for the upcoming school year.

Think about a Student Learning Goal you might want to accomplish this year. Break that goal into small chunks (daily intentions) to help you reach that goal. Remember to check in each day with your intentions.

Dream big and reach for the stars.

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Author: taylormitch

Elementary Lead Teacher - Grades K-4

2 thoughts on “Never Say Never”

  1. We need to remember to do this in our personal lives too. Break things into smaller achievable tasks. Reaching your goal feels more realistic.
    The Sistine Chapel was painted in small sections until it was completed to anticipated satisfaction. I use a written check list so I can see what I have completed. Three small tasks completed towards my final goal keeps me ferkubg positive and motivated.

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