_bbR3iY5lLSjzaZNziPYc6VX6tk Inspiration CAN be found EVERYWHERE!: 7 Thoughts for Success

Friday, December 4, 2015

7 Thoughts for Success

I received this in an email from a Tupperware Director (thanks so much Joan) that I thought needed to be shared.  Maybe something we should be sharing with our kids from an early age.




7 Thoughts for Success
All the answers were right inside my room.
  1. Roof said "Aim High"
  2. Fan said "Be Cool"
  3. Clock said "Every Minute is Precious"
  4. Mirror said "Reflect before you Act"
  5. Window said "See the World"
  6. Calendar said "Be up to Date"
  7. Door said "Push open to achieve your goals and believe in yourself!!"



So what do you think?
Don't you think it would be something that our kids would understand and perhaps put into practice, if we taught them this from an early age??

11 comments:

Farm Quilter said...

Yes!!! This is great! I bummed it and put it on FB.

Heaven Smiling said...

I love this analogy. It's so easy to understand and internalize. Perfect for kids! May I use it on my blog, please?

Kat @ Inspiration CAN be Found Everywhere said...

Thank you Farm Quilter and Heaven Smiling you most certainly can share on your blog. I believe things like this are meant to be shared ... Enjoy

Some Lucky Dog said...

That's awesome. I think grade school kids could appreciate this.

Natalie B. said...

I absolutely think children should be inspired like this starting as toddlers. I'm just glad that today people consider these things to be important. :)

Terri Irvin said...

I am a retired art teacher and I think this is a great teaching tool because it uses visuals for the children. Good find.

Heather McDonald said...

Yeah for sure, I like this a lot! I feel like there is something to be said about wiping your feet too.... at the door mat... There is something there but I can't quite vocalize it hahaha

Katherine Riley said...

I am going to print this out and put it on the fridge. This would be a great reminder to look at before leaving the house in the mornings.

Marnie Ward said...

I think it's a wonderful way to get through to kids. It's creative and I love the way everything in a room leads you to success. Very Cool.

slehan said...

I like it because it makes pictures in your head so you can remember it better.

slehan at juno dot com

Kathy Davis said...

It's a great thing to share with kids, teachers, and our local PTO. Thanks!