Tuesday, November 16, 2010

What would you say?

My assignment for this week was to write a response article to this article in TIME magazine.  We were to pretend we are nationally known and being paid an exorbitant rate to write this piece.

If you had to write one sentence to explain why you are nationally known in your field, what would you say?  Dream big folks!  What do you want to do with your career?  What do you wish you did differently but for some reason (in or out of your control) that hasn't happened? 

I'll start us off :)

Alyssa Ross, a former elementary school educator nationally known for her creative vocabulary activities well adapted to engage any student in learning a wider lexicon and a current professor of education majors at a well-known southern university wrote a follow-up article.   

1 comment:

  1. I have to say that this post made me think...probably way more than you intended it to. Yes, I am going to be a physician, but do I want to be nationally known for that? My priorities have changed so much. Yes, I am going to be a physician, but I just want to be known as Derrick's wife and Andrew's mom. I want to be known for being a godly wife and mother.