Fan-tabulous Failure

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Ever Feel Like an Epic Failure?

Moments of failure used to derail me and throw me off track in significant ways that would turn a moment into a season of failure.  This failure mindset was keeping me locked in my own prison, with me being the one holding the key.  Thankfully, I have been on a journey to turn that mindset upside down and embrace my personal failures as learning experiences.  If I had not “failed” at the other adventures in my life, I would not be sitting here committing to a book that will help many children. 

“Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” – Dale Carnegie

Failure is Not Fatal

Each person has their own resiliency that is very obvious when working with children and families that struggle with their failures.  Sometimes we cannot see within ourselves our own strength, especially when times are rough. Every day I see hero’s that work diligently to teach children and their parents that their shortcomings and failures do not define who they are.  Failures are simply life lessons.  We can either learn from them or repeat the same ones over and over.

Fan-tabulous Failure

For children and adolescents in foster care, often the discussions had about them focus on the problems or behaviors they exhibit.  The social workers, foster parents, guardian ad litem’s, CASA’s, probation officers, magistrates and judges, and parents involved have an opportunity to support children from their respective roles to ensure the special needs of each child is met.

The 90/ten Project ebook This Is Mine: My Story, My Life is an opportunity to support foster children who desperately need to be accepted as a “normal” child within their community.  These children have to talk about their problems, their medications, and their behaviors  with counselors, social workers, the courts, and the GAL or CASA.  The 90/ten Project’s goal is to provide them an opportunity to participate in positive activities that do not focus on their failures.

Thank You, You Are Fan-tabulous

I cannot thank you enough for the positive response and for sharing this project with others.  I believe this is going to be a monumental blessing, and I am very grateful to have the opportunity to impact children’s lives.  Please like this post, share, retweet, pin, and comment below.  Please pre-order your copy of the book today.  Thank you so very much.

“Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. You don’t fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgement, repeated every day.”  Jim Rohn

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References:

CASA: A CASA is a Court Appointed Special Advocate that volunteers their time to represent the best interest of the child in the courtroom and other settings.  You can find out more information about how to be a CASA at casaforchildren.org.

Guardian Ad Litem: A Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) is an attorney who represents the best interest of the child in the courtroom.

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