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Tara Martin

Have You Paid Your Rent For Success?

October 14, 2017

As I was searching for a “success” quote, I ran across this one this morning.  “Success is never owned, it’s rented. And the rent is due every day!”  Rory Vaden Oh my goodness, YES! Success is an ongoing process.  From the words of Matty Mullins,… read more »

Status Guise

October 1, 2017

Recently I attended a leadership banquet with many VIPs who spoke eloquently with dignity. You could tell they knew their content and expected everyone to hang on their words–even pausing for a response after every couple of phrases. While the experience was one most desired to… read more »

Fear Disguised as Humility

September 28, 2017

Recently I was chatting with a mentor of mine, and I was sharing how I feel extremely grateful for the opportunities in my life right now, yet unworthy at the same time. His comments back to me were quite sharp and abrupt, but they… read more »

Move Me

September 26, 2017

Recently, I was visiting with an assistant superintendent friend, and he was telling me how difficult it is to move a district of educators toward a common vision of trust and innovation. As #TheRookieAdmin, desiring to learn from this man with much experience, I… read more »

That Little Girl With the Crooked Pigtails

September 23, 2017

That Little Girl With the Crooked Pigtails… can’t wait to reach the door of her classroom and hug you, every single morning. knows you will welcome her with a smile, and that makes her feel special. thinks sitting in the back row next to… read more »