When Your Best Isn't Good Enough

I had the privilege to present with my daughter in February. We titled the session, "Managing Middle School when you can't manage yourself" which we presented together at the Central Alberta Regional Consortium Educational Assistant (EA) conference in Red Deer. My daughter was inspired to create this video after a conversation with an EA. I appreciate her invitation to examine what we allow to define us.

Just because someone says your best isn't good enough doesn't mean that you aren't good enough. Your failures do not define you.

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