I am still at SWASAP SLC, and see the dinosaur tracks!
On the way back from our community service project I rode next to Rachel, an extremely intelligent and college guidance, as well as a summer program that allows her to receive tutoring specific for her post-secondary success.
Last night I challenged the students to determine their most important goal. I asked them to declare their dream, their passion, their vision. I challenged them to start declaring their goal, to say, “I am going to be a physical therapist!” or “I am going to graduate in the top 10% of my class!” To tell everyone they meet that they were going to achieve their dreams.
As we talked on the bus, Rachel looked at me very sincere and cure cancer. She was so determined, so honest, so passionate that even if I wanted to, I could have not convinced her she couldn’t cure cancer. After our conversation she had me convinced she could cure cancer, or do anything else she put her mind to.
I told these students that they are the future. They are the next doctors, lawyers, educators and that is what my Labor Day Challenge is all about.
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