Kids teach the value, purpose, and wisdom of WOW!

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For years I have taught my children and my audiences to say “thank you” rather than “I’m sorry.” It’s a positive and powerful way to present yourself in a tenuous situation or conversation. It’s a positive communication that stops a negative one. And it leads to truth rather than excuse, responsibility rather than blame. It’s my version of an attitude AHA! and WOW!

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