Dear Fellow Crafters,
The following is a great quote about this month’s Pursuit of Happiness theme:
“Commitment unlocks the doors of imagination, allows vision, and gives us the ‘right stuff’ to turn our dreams into reality”. James Womack
Commitment is action – no excuses, no debate, no computer analysis, no delay. Commitment means different things to people at different stages of their lives. For example:
As a child, you’re committed to obeying your parents and teachers. As an adolescent, your commitments vary at the speed of sound, due to your emotional and hormonal changes. Your commitments now include coaches, Troop leaders, part-time bosses, Club Chairpersons, and others in authority. As an adult, commitment now means responsibility.
When you commit to learning a craft, teaching or blogging you have to follow through as people are depending on you. When you know that others need you, you tend to want to do your best. You also feel committed to teaching or learning all you can to ensure that your students/readers learn all they can about your subject.
What and who have you committed to teaching this year?
‘Til next time,