Wednesday, March 2, 2011

"The Serving Soul"--March 2, 2011

"I would rather fall, standing for something, than stand by to watch others fall for nothing at all, or worse, fall for something I could have prevented, if I had only the courage to stand my ground."


That is how I feel when I look the children in the eyes or listen to the concerns of the hundreds of parents I communicate with (regularly) regarding America's approach to education.

~Bobby Ozuna

4 comments:

Melanie said...

You are indeed Superman but..remember Rome wasn't built in a day nor by one man. The old saying "It takes a village to raise a child" particularly when Education is involved. Others have to start seeing your way is the better approach to teaching.

Author, Public Speaker & Internet Talk Show Host, Bobby Ozuna said...

I agree...and that is why I live by the principles of general advertising. See something once for awareness, see something twice for recollection and see something three or more times and it becomes habit, then after you've taken it away people will miss it, and by that time, it becomes so thoroughly branded, that they think of nothing but what they think they saw, what they didn't know they missed, and what they realize they need, whether they need it or not.

Anonymous said...

Stand firm for what is important to you, even when it seems for a minute that you are standing alone because what utlimately matters in the end is the personal satisfaction you get from knowing that regardless of what the world thinks, you stand true to yourself!

Keshawn Durant said...

Great site, Bobby. I often reach out to other speakers. I enjoy networking and sharing ideas so don't hesitate to contact me if I may be of any assistance in the future.

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