Monday, February 11, 2008

I was misquoted.

I believe that I’ve referenced in the past how lame it is for people to attach random quotes to the end of their e-mails. If you’re going to share a quote, then shouldn’t they be personal to you and not generated by a computer? I mean aren’t quotes supposed to be reminders or road markers as to how we feel we should live our lives? If so, then what’s with, “Here’s a quote that will change your life forever. I think. I don’t know. I didn’t read it.” Honestly, if you don’t care what a 16th Century Russian mathematician has to say about perseverance, then I don’t either.

So to the guy who sent me the quote, “Plan each lesson as if it was the Super Bowl,” today—doesn’t one side usually get slaughtered in that game? And don’t the winners get a huge bonus?

I’ll tell you what; I’ll start lesson planning like a professional athlete when I get paid like one.

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