I took the summer off of Monday Morning Minute of Motivation. Day 1 is here now…I thought I would get back after it.
I was going to send the following immediately after the Global Leadership Summit. I found it be excellent wisdom on the power of self-improvement.
The following quotation is from an anonymous Hassidic rabbi on his deathbed.
“When I was young, I set out to change the world. When I grew a little older, I perceived that this was too ambitious, so I set out to change my state. This too, I realized as I grew older, was too ambitious, so I set out to change my town. When I realized I could not even do this, I tried to change my family. Now as an old man, I know that I should have started by changing myself. If I had started with myself, maybe then I would have succeeded in changing my family, the town, or even the state- and who knows, maybe even the world.”
As we embark on the journey of the 2021-22 school year, if we each commit to improving 1% every day, imagine the growth by day 180.
We’re better because of you. I greatly appreciate all you do to make this a better place. Keep fighting the good fight. I am in your corner-
Win The Day- pja
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