10 Things Possibility Thinkers Do Differently

You’d have to have the brain of a coconut husk to run from or deliberately block life-changing wonders in your day, in spite of challenges we all face. Yet how many of us make proactive choices as a way to look beyond nagging problems? Students thrive when we help them spot and unleash possibility life-savers on a difficult day. How so?

I start by pulling personal possibilities from the awesome potential every learner brings to class daily. Teens and pre-teens leap to the question, HOW ARE YOU SMART? Notice I did not ask, How smart are you?   They differ, in that my question unleashes amazing strengths all teens bring to learning. It lights a pathway beyond problems such as poverty – to possibilities showcased below.

If you’ve wondered what possibility thinkers do differently, then you’ll identify with the following 10 prospects that change ordinary days into extraordinary opportunities.  That leapfrog over problems such as poverty to engage all learners in POSSIBILITIES that awaken parts of their brain never before used to accomplish possibilities never before accomplished! possibility thinkers

Turns out our brains stockpile mega-pharmaceutical supports – that flood our day with serotonin to support possibilities or cortisol to fixate us on problems!

You guessed it – your daily choices fling open delightful or dangerous floodgates. Serotonin cascades into wonder – while cortisol imprisons us in its woeful traps!

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Each of these 10 mentoring steps -depends on the brains kids possess – not on challenges they face beyond school! Each alters their brains and leaves them on a new trajectory forward!

It takes brain based mentoring to cultivate possibility thinkers! That’s why I’m excited my mind-guiding approach to mentor is coming out internationally soon with Wiley Press! It works and teens love it! It also fills any room with possibility thinkers, who pull together to solve stubborn problems with fun new possibilities!

Mentoring that Bridges Gaps and Values Differences

Mentoring that Bridges Gaps and Values Differences

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