Try Acting More Like A Kindergartener

I live across the street from a kindergarten. Kindergarten, where I live in Switzerland, is two years and begins at four. They have their own building and most of the children walk by themselves to school. Except, they don’t walk. They run.

As adults, we run, too. When we’re very late, or when we’re in exercise clothes, trying to get in shape or just get into our jeans. But, these children are not late. They aren’t trying to lose weight. They are just running, from their houses to the school. And they laugh while they are doing it.

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5 thoughts on “Try Acting More Like A Kindergartener

  1. Thank you, Suzanne. I needed this.
    It’s been pretty horrible around here lately, and someone today at ice skating practice told me to focus on the positive. Trouble is, I had no idea how to do that. Now I do. 🙂

  2. Sure, I have my moments, but I try to act like a kindergartener on a regular basis, especially at work. It is definitely something that sets me apart and has contributed to my success. Because of my attitude, people respect me and my opinions. When big changes occur at work, once the immediate shock wears off, I try to look at the opportunities that may exist versus “woe is me”. It’s easy to complain about the extra work you’ll be required to do or to worry if you’ll even have a job. It’s difficult look past the worries and be optimistic. Great post!

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