What the play ground taught me.

The simple rule of a teeter totter is this- you can’t stay at the top and be the “high horse” all the time. You have to be lowered for someone else to be higher. One doesn’t work without the other.

Sometimes as leaders we think that being at the top means that others around us should stay at the bottom. But many times for others to get elevated, we must be lowered. Leadership requires us to be equally high as we are low, just like the teeter totter has been showing us from the beginning,……. and you thought that wanting to play all the time was not going to teach you anything… recess TIME!

Side note: don’t play with anything that you find in the sand box, you don’t know where it came from.

Happy Friday!


One thought on “What the play ground taught me.

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