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As a Matter of Fact, Some Facts Are Fiction - Lies and Misinformation we Pass on to Our Kids
 

As a Matter of Fact, Some Facts Are Fiction - Lies and Misinformation we Pass on to Our Kids

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A presentation discussing myths we tell our kids. Examples of how the collective wisdom of generations is NOT always correct and little changes we can make to make what we teach our kids better and ...

A presentation discussing myths we tell our kids. Examples of how the collective wisdom of generations is NOT always correct and little changes we can make to make what we teach our kids better and more useful to them.

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    As a Matter of Fact, Some Facts Are Fiction - Lies and Misinformation we Pass on to Our Kids As a Matter of Fact, Some Facts Are Fiction - Lies and Misinformation we Pass on to Our Kids Presentation Transcript

    • As a Matter of Fact Some Facts are Fiction Lies & Misinformation We Pass On to Our Kids A Presentation from Byron Wolt 1
    • We Only Want the BEST
    • 3
    • Over 20 Years Motivation Education Inspiration 4
    • that are REALLY W i t h Ways t o Ma ke T h e m T R UE
    • Practice Makes Perfect Fiction 6
    • Fact Practice Makes Permanent 7
    • Fiction If you … you’ll what you do… work a day in your life
    • Fact Alarm Clock, Traffic, Bosses, Bills, Deadlines, Rude People, etc., etc., etc.. Still have 9
    • Fiction Money ’s NOT Important 10
    • Fact Money’s NOT the MOST Important Thing
    • Fiction Sticks & Stones May Break My Bones But Words Will Never Hurt Me
    • Fact WORDS YOU Say & WORDS YOU Don’t Say Can & Will Be Used Against
    • You Can’t Teach an Old Dog… Fiction 14
    • Laura Ingalls Wilder Publishes her 1st book at 64 Julia Childs got her 1st Cooking show at 51 Grandma Moses began painting at 71 My mom (will have pictures here) drove her first 1st motor cycle at 56 Drove an IROC Z into her 70’s Fact Roget’s 1st Thesaurus at 73 Proof Guys Can Learn Too
    • Fiction If at First YOU Don’t Succeed Try, Try Again
    • If at first you don’t succeed… Find Out Why Then Modify Fact 17
    • Fiction
    • Fact st 1 nd 2 rd 3 YOU CAN Learn What to Do Decide If You’re Willing To Do It Do It 19
    • Fiction (no pun intended) You Can’t Judge a Book by It’s Cover
    • Fact You Can Sports Illustrated Cover Judge a Book by It’s Cover Business & Tourism Magazine Cover But NOT Always Accurately 21
    • It’s NOT WHAT You Know Fiction It’s WHO YOU Know
    • Fact WHAT WHO WHO YOU KNOW YOU KNOW KNOWS YOU Sets You Up for Life
    • TEACH WELL from Byron Wolt Speak to Students