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Why I Won’t Tell You to “Do Great Things”

by Kelly Crawford

A letter to my children.

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Caroline January 17, 2021 - 6:45 pm

I totally agree with his message and my husband and I have done our best to impart these ideas to our now adult daughter. Because we insisted that she do her best job every day and consider every job worthy, she is the one her employer calls when he needs something done well. We’re very proud of that as parents and believe that a great work ethic also creates great confidence in kids and adults.

Kelly Crawford January 18, 2021 - 6:09 pm

Caroline–I love that!

Tracey September 29, 2023 - 5:05 am

Dear Kelly,

I hope you are able to offer me some guidance…..

WE are in our last years of homeschooling and I am feeling the pressure. How can I decide which subjects my children should take or what they should go into once they graduate.
They have no goals at this point and to be honest I feel I have taken too much control of what they need to study to get a matric.
How can I decide what is best for them.
I do not know what their future holds.

I am feeling very lost as a homeschooling parent.
Are you able to offer some wisdom?


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