I decided to start a “professional” blog to share my thoughts on education. Please check it out and follow if you like. Thanks!
Failure is not something we really like to think about – or embrace for that matter. Failure sounds like a dirty word. Something embarrassing. We don’t want others to know about our failures. We usually want to hide them. How many people do you know who openly talk about their failures? Not many that I know.
However, I think we are doing each other and our children a disservice by NOT talking about our failures. If you have not failed, you have not succeeded. If you take a chance, you usually don’t reach your goal the first time you try. How many of us just got on a bike and could ride perfectly that first time? No one I know.
By creating a veil of secrecy around our failures, we are creating an illusion for our children and setting them up for unreal expectations. If children grow up…
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