I grew up in Staten Island, New York, which is a very busy place. Besides the large population of Italian Americans, the outrageous tolls, the former garbage dump, and the close proximity to the great New York City, Staten Island it’s just a very busy place. People on the street don’t really say hello to one another because it’s just so busy. Folks are hustling and bustling all around the island.
It reminded me of the great community of leaders that I am thrilled to be a part of and how we must continue to help and share with one another. You are not in isolation, nor are any of us in this alone. It is important for us to tap into one another and the different gifts that we all have. In today’s world, it is so easy to share and connect with others. Even while you are reading this blog, you and I may never have met, yet I hope you can learn something from it and I hope you will reach out and connect with me (@andrewmarotta21).
Whether you are in a busy city, a small town, let’s continue to be beacons of leadership, models for others smiling, greeting others warmly, and leading the way. The power of hello, the power of our education leadership community. Continue to share and help others! Thanks for reading! #KeepRollin #Survivethrive