Adventures & Insights

One man's adventures in the physical and intellectual worlds…

Learning Lessons With Teachers and Twits.

My brilliant friend Renée over at Lessons From Teachers and Twits is one amazing lady. Not only is she an incredibly talented writer and teacher, she’s also a beautiful human being. Part of her awesomeness is her ability to relate to people, as evidenced by a collaboration project she started a while back now. When Renée sent out the invitation to all readers of her blog to contribute to this sharing of stories, I jumped at the chance. The project is a simple one – Share with other readers a lesson that you have learned and that has stuck with you during your life. Simplicity, I’ve found, often leads to the best and most varied outcomes, as you can read if you check out the posts submitted by other contributors.

Yesterday it was my turn and I am so very excited to be a part of such an excellent community. Without further ado, allow me to direct your attention towards the magnificent blog of Renée A. Schuls-Jacobson who has kindly hosted my reflection on one of the most important lessons I’ve ever learned: If we never fail, then we may never know how successful we can really be. This onés dedicated to a music teacher of mine. Thanks, Mrs. Smith.

Just click on Renée’s pic below and you’ll be transported to her blog and my post!


3 responses to “Learning Lessons With Teachers and Twits.

  1. therosebandit February 27, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    AWESOME concept and wonderful spotlight post! Also wanted to share this little one I just came across as well! chao!

  2. Renée A. Schuls-Jacobson February 25, 2012 at 2:52 pm

    You know I love having you, and unless somerhing seriously inspires me, you’ll be there all weekend. So as I head off to bed, I suppose, it is time for a change of guard. Did you see there are new comments for you? G’nite then to my favorite (favourite) Aussie.

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