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Draw Out Youth Potential

**Written after Regional Competition; finally published after State Competition. Direct and Indirect How does my work in Educational Kinesiology and Brain Gym® align with coaching horse knowledge bowl teams? Drawing out is a key concept in both fields. One junior team comes out after their first match. Coaches shared how they got beat bad. They …

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Reset the Anchor

Fishing anchors    As a frequent traveler, the metaphor of anchoring is a powerful one for me and my work. Maybe it’s because BK (before kids), my hubby and I used to fish and anchors made me nervous. Sometimes, they’d come loose—what if we drifted somewhere unfamiliar? Or they’d come up full of weeds—what if we …

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Thankful for Health

In Thanksgiving It’s tradition. Everyone’s doing it. Sharing my thankful list. My list is aimed at whole body health. I’m thankful for: A body that moves. It can walk, bike, twist, and stretch. Sleep. It is rejuvenating and the dreams offer a (sometimes weird) glimpse into my subconscious. Frontal lobes that allow me to ponder …

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