Yeah, I know. Horse racing analogy, polo image. Whatever. I have a book to write, people.
I'm so, so close to being done with this book. So close. I can see it out there, glimmering on the horizon, and the only way I know it's not a mirage is that there's a huge brick wall just behind it with the words "HARPERCOLLINS DEADLINE" printed in Times New Roman 5,000 point font.
November first. It's coming, and damn fast.
That said, I'm announcing last call. Serve up your best quotes and experiences and lay 'em out on the bar for my delectation and possible inclusion in my book.
Here's what I'm looking for:
- experiences of learning from failure
- regret because you or your kid did not learn from failure
- examples of not allowing kids to experience the consequences of their actions
- tales of resilience, perseverance, and diligence
- moments when a fixed mindset hampered learning
- moments when a growth mindset fostered learning
- or anything else you think might be relevant
Send them along to the email address over there on the right side of the screen!
If I use your quote, I will send along a HarperCollins release, and as I am able to assign initials to your quote, it can be anonymous.
Thanks, everyone. I now understand why the acknowledgement sections of books are so long. There's simply not enough paper to thank all the people involved in this book.