- To be always right?
- To constantly compare self with others?
- To repeat the same action even when the desired results are not achieved?
- Believing the naysayers who dampen your spirit and your goals?
- Believing you must be perfect in all you do?
- To be afraid to fail, so you don’t try?
- To be afraid to be wrong?
- To be afraid of change?
- To be afraid to ask questions?
My definition of success is simply setting and achieving goals despite obstacles in my path. I use my hammers as motivational tools to realize my dreams.
So grab hold of your hammers and keep pounding. Strike from a place of confidence and control. Good luck and be kind to yourself in the process.
Parents and teachers, please help your young people recognize and take control of their hammers. Claim success. Be on the lookout for my book, Fifteen Insider Secrets to career success for teachers.
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I am not sure if this the Dr. Janice Scott who counseled me years ago , but if it is thank you for saving my life. I was having problems with depression and through your amazing counseling l got my life back ! So if it is l thank you from the bottom of my heart for saving me and my three children. I am not sure if you are still practicing or counseling people but l was hopeing I might be able to see you again ? My name is Elizabeth Walker and it’s probably been at least 20 years ago . Thank you again for the Lord putting you in my life ❤️
Sorry for my delay in responding. Your name does not ring a bell, because it has been a while. If you can give me an idea of where you lived at the time.
Have a great day.
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