The Cost of Excellence in Childhood by The Very Reverend Richard Pengelley

? There is nothing inherently wrong with excellence
? Hard work and striving towards goals is important
? Parents and children will always “dance” around who owns the goals, when to sit back
and when to push, who’s “driving the bus”
? Children need to learn resilience and grow into realistic expectations
? Mediocrity, like excellence, can lead to regret (of unfulfilled potential)
? Too much choice can “water down” commitment

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