Thursday, January 15, 2015

Everyday Leadership

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us."
So, so powerful. . . Now I need to think about who I need to thank.


  1. Oh my goodness. I needed this. This was probably one of my favorite Ted Ed's on here. Some people who are my lollipops in my life are my teachers. Specifically, you and Mr. Alexander. Some of the most simple things you both say I really take to heart and apply it to my life. Everyone needs to know that they can make the biggest difference in someone's life, and they might not even remember it. His story about that college girl was so cool to hear. We need more people like that in this world.

  2. In todays society we have made leadership and unreachable task, but in all reality leadership is found in some small things. This is an incredibly eye opening story how the small things in life can effect someone so greatly, his story with the lollipop, showed how small the thing he did impacted someone so greatly, the act was so small he doesn’t remember it, but that girl remembered it forever. I agree that we need to redefine leadership, because since when did it become something that is difficult to achieve. You don’t have to be the next leader for an abolitionist movement, but you can change lives. For those who have given us those lollipop moments we need to tell those people because they may not know they are a
    Maryann Williamson’s quote is one of my favorite quotes.


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