Avoid burnout and utilize your energy

This summer my family and I had the opportunity to embark on a Gulf Stream fishing trip. We caught over 300 lbs of Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Barracuda, Bonito and a few other species. It is certainly a day I will never forget that was filled with one key leadership lesson.  ...

What did you look at during the eclipse?

  I hope that everyone had the chance to look up at the sun, safely, and watch science in action. As a science teacher, I always worked to bring lessons to life by applying them to real examples in our world. It was thrilling to watch an event that nature brings us...

What is most responsible for your school’s success?

Today I have two questions for you to answer: Do you find that the school you lead or work for is successful? If yes, what is the main reason for that success? When I was a teacher, I was never sure if the schools I taught for were successful. If they were indeed...

Nothing Worthwhile Was Accomplished Alone

Recently while attending the National Charter School Conference in Washington DC I was able to take a jog through the monuments. These leaders were the catalyst and change agents for ultimate reform in our country. My jog took me past the Washington Monument, down to...

How High Will You Climb?

Recently Geoff and I had the opportunity to travel to Big Sky, Montana to teach principles of effective school governance and leadership at the annual TeamCFA Conference. During a hike to the top of Lone Mountain (elevation just under 12,000 ft), I saw a sign that...
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