Interesting that a toddler will remain engaged. He’ll ask questions about the most far fetched curiosities. “Who turns off the lights in the moon?” or “Why do we  sleep at night?”

Then we teach them to stop. Tell them, “Go play in your room!”  “I’m tired!” or “I have to finish this project. We’ll talk later…”

In essence, we may teach our children to speak, only if the idea is reasonable.

Why do so many adults become laid back and  status quo—simply go with the flow? Why is so much potential undiscovered?

Companies  assert they need leaders, yet quietly whisper they want more followers. Too many chiefs will cause disruption, yes?

With our kids…today’s action will be tomorrow’s difference.

Take a minute…

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