I have experienced many failures. In my personal and professional relationships. But I never let them define me. I will not lie, the fear of failure has crippled me at times. But, I had to keep the attitude of a winner! I had to challenge myself and work hard for what I want. And so what if I didn’t secure my dream the first time around? I continue to stay focused and remember why I started in the first place.
If you have a KEEN interest in something, you are really, really into it. KEEN is an adjective that describes something that is intense, sharp, brave or focused.
Defeat failure by staying KEEN on your dreams! Be brave knowing that whatever failures that might come your way, you will learn from them and get back up and start again.
Cee & Learn was established to encourage those like me who had a fear of reading & speaking in public due to a stuttering handicap & encourage others with illiteracy handicaps overcome their fears of failure.
Our weekly literacy blog will cover topics that will help us all, especially parents and families struggling with illiteracy handicaps and learning disabilities, with staying Keen in 2017.
Topics will cover:
-Educational Support services
-Family Literacy Activities
Join the conversation. Using hashtag #staykeen17, share on social media some ways on how you will remain focused on your dreams.
If you are a lover of literacy and would love to learn more about our organization, visit us over at www.ceelearn.com
My name is Cee Strickland, and I’m the founder of Cee & Learn. I live in New Jersey and have 3 daughters and 2 grandkids. I super love literacy! Read my full bio by clicking here. Literacy Matters!