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Children's Leadership Presentation - Your Thoughts?

I'm about to attend a leadership camp with our house leaders and the leadership team (children).  I am presenting for about 20 minutes on the topic "you are what you think"  I would love to hear your thoughts and share them as part of the presentation if possible. 

If you are able and willing please leave a comment on this post.  I'm looking for things like
- examples of when thinking you can do something helped you to do it
- goals you've set and achieved and how you did it
- affirmations you might use
- how positive thinking helps you
- anything else you think might work with this presentation.

At the moment I'm thinking about producing a video with our schools leadership team and maybe doing a bit of role play during the presentation with a few of the other teachers at the camp.

Any suggestions would be appreciated :)

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  1. I can't help but turn to this inspiring talk by Adora Svitak.

    As for me I once decided that I just had to run the Auckland half marathon. I found having being part of a group in terms of both a running group for training and having my parents cheer me on helped me achieve my goal. Running is definitely not an individual sport!

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  2. Thought leadership is the language of our time. I consider the thinking that my class, colleagues and self engage in define the outcomes of our learning. I want to encourage our future leaders to create problems as well as solve them - never be afraid to challenge another idea and think for yourself!

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  3. what about inspiration from the leaders in my school? The year 6 leaders from my school could make a short video explaining what they do, what inspires them and what they think makes a great leader - what are the key things you want your kids to get out of this?

    Craig

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  4. that would be fantastic if you could do that Craig. Would love to have another prospective on it :)

    key ideas are that they need to think positively, set goals and strive for what they want.

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