Three books that have me impatient to get back to Playcentre
We’re nearing the end of our summer school holidays in New Zealand. My Girl is thrilled to go back (“I’m taller! And I have a wiggly tooth!!”). The Boy, not so much. (“I can’t play Lego at school.”)
I’m absolutely impatient to go back to work. I have Big Ideas I
want NEED! to try.
It’s all because of two brothers. Dan and Chip Heath, authors of three books:
The Myth of the Garage (You can download this one for free at this link)
I originally got onto these books through Jessica at Team Rasler, who blogged about what happened when she applied the ideas from “Switch” to some issues she had with her husband. I was so intrigued I ran out and got the book. Then had to get the others (AND the free resources at the HeathBrothers website.
These three books have given me ideas on how to increase our training levels at Playcentre and start a mentoring program. I’m so excited! Hopefully as I go (this will be a major work in progress) I’ll be able to blog what happens.
As Flint Lockwood says in Cloudy with a chance of meatballs: We’ve got a diem to carpe!
**And nope, I was not compensated in any way for this post.