With all of the focus on superheroes, I thought that I would reflect on those individuals who made a difference in my life. They are my superheroes. They all had something in common. They ...
1. Believed in me
2. Encouraged me
3. Pushed me.
So how about you? Do you have superheroes in your life? Do you have those people who believed in you, encouraged you, and pushed you? They made a difference in your life, right?
Let's take it to the next level, can you promise to take that step this school year and believe, encourage, and push?
Promise. Take the challenge.
Do it and you will make a difference in someone else.
Thanks for listening.
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