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We’re not all born organised!

What was the most interesting message in Mr. Jim’s presentation?

What tools or attitudes could you use to be more organised?

  1. Yuki
    September 13, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    Hi everyone!

    The part/speech I liked the most was the part when he said “You can learn far more from your failures than you do from your success” I also liked when he said “personally on teaching prefer to have teachers who have struggled” I think the best part/speech in the Power Point was “When you think of a looser it’s a person who stops trying”. I used to be a looser when I was 8, 9 and 10. When I was asked to do stuff that I suck at I always say no and when I am asked to do stuff that I am good at I always say yes. But last year in year 5 my friend Much said to me “You always say I don’t like this I don’t like that and run away. And you always miss a lot of fun” since then I participate in things I really suck at and things that are challenging for me. If my friend Much didn’t say that I would probably be a looser. I could try using making a poster which says with big red words “DON’T PROCRASTINATE!”

  2. Cindy-Caitie's mom
    September 14, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Hi Yuki,
    I really like what you wrote. Your insight and honesty is amazing!
    Best, Cindy

    • Yuki
      September 14, 2011 at 4:45 pm

      Thank you a lot Ms. Cindy!

      What I think is that if you don’t be honest people won’t be able to understand you!

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