I’ve experienced many proud parent moments in my life. As parents we are our kids first teachers and (hopefully) the voice in their heads as they grow. I was so touched to have come across this beautiful display of positive thinking in my daughter’s room, that I wanted to share it with you. I love that she is already focusing on mindfulness at such a young age and what an influence coaches, teachers, and parents have on children! The picture below is what I came across last week; this week there was a new one. I then realized this was Jenna’s visual process for positive mantra reflection. I was so surprised in her ability to display such powerful motivation for herself and so in love with this idea, I encouraged her to write a post of her own to share about her beautiful chalkboard. I hope it brighten’s your day as it did mine! A little belief in yourself goes such a long way.
Hi, I’m Jenna Laine, age 11.
I wanted to share with you my thoughts on positive thinking! Recently I’ve made a chalkboard, where I keep good thoughts, quotes, and even ideas. I love positive quotes and use them in gymnastics and my every day life. These thoughts pop into my head when I’m going for a goal.
As a level 5 gymnast, it’s very important to have a positive mind, or you won’t get anywhere. My gymnastics coach always says, if you say “I can’t” or “it’s too hard” it will become like that, so always use positive thinking.
Being positive is easy; all you have to do is set your mind to it!
Being positive helps me achieve my goals.
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