I have always loved anything that turns something on its head, re-framing what was once seen as a liability as an asset instead. These perspectives are all other-imposed – nothing about the thing itself changes, just our ability to see its potential, to regard it through a different lens. I find that possibility very compelling – and tremendously encouraging. I look for those opportunities.
No surprise, then, that I was tickled when Kate McCauley and Michael Swisher brought that perspective to our conversation about curiosity in adolescence.
That, and catch these parenting tidbits and more ~~
Four Tasks for Teenagers: fit in, stand out, measure up, take hold.
Two Questions for all of Us: Who am I? What is my role in life?
One Big Lesson: Listen.