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Melissa McClure
Kingman, AZ
A busy middle school science teacher.
Interests: playing the piano, reading, cooking, being a good housewife, building a community of people
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That is such a beautiful message. I remember my Dad believing in me that way when it comes to playing the piano. It is so good to hear it from another dad and hear the beautiful descriptions of the love a dad has for his daughter.
Toggle Commented May 5, 2013 on An Audience of One at Author Chris Brady's Blog
I love to listen to both of you speak as you speak so much truth and really make me think about how I live my life. Thank you for your wonderful words of wisdom.
Toggle Commented Feb 21, 2013 on Success is Hard at Author Chris Brady's Blog
The most formidable obstacle in anyone's path when deciding to enter the business world will likely be their own thinking. via chrisbrady.typepad.com Mr. Chris Brady does such a good job at sharing how much work is needed to get to success and how worth it it really is. Thanks Chris! Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 20, 2013 at Melissa McClure's blog
Melissa McClure added a favorite at Author Chris Brady's Blog
Feb 20, 2013
I love what others have already said. Thank you again for reminding me that it is okay to have my family tell me I am crazy for not wanting to live life the 95% way. Thank you again for your leadership.
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2013 on Dare to Polarize at Author Chris Brady's Blog
I wasn't aware that you had that much talent in all those different sports!
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2013 on A Year in the LIFE at Author Chris Brady's Blog
Thank you for the reminder of how to get throught difficult situations.
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2012 on The Power of Fun at Author Chris Brady's Blog
I am so excited to read this. Thank you for the lessons on taking it slow. I am finishing a week of vacation. What a lesson it has been on wonderful things can be when taken slowly one day or moment at a time. Thank you again for your inspiration and wisdom.
I remember the same problem when learning French in high school. It is great to see how things come out. :)
Chris- I was always taught to work hard. As a child we took great camping trips, similar to those already discribed. However, as an adult I have struggled to put the time and resources to relax. Thank you for discribing the things needed to have a sabbatical. Thank you again. Melissa Team One Purpose.
Melissa McClure added a favorite at Author Chris Brady's Blog
Jun 15, 2012
I had great family trips as a child but as an adult I have had very few vacations. As a school teacher I have the summer off but I don't always have the time off. This is the time I teach summer school, work a summer job or plan for the next school year. I plan to use your suggestions to maxamize the rest of my summer vacation. Melissa Team One Purpose
Chris, That sounds so relaxing an wonderful. I would love to have a trip like that. As it is I have never had a trip like that in fact I never had a honeymoon. Thanks for the hope your book brings and the results your business ideas bring. Melissa Team One Purpose
I concere with what has already been said, my family and I all love to read a Chris Brady book! We love to share in the wonders of life and Chris brings them to life so well. Thank you again Chris for all that you do for us!
Sorry I struggled up loading pictures. Continue reading
Posted Sep 21, 2011 at Melissa McClure's blog
Posted Sep 21, 2011 at Melissa McClure's blog
I have been asked by friends and family to share about our move to Kingman, Arizona. I haven’t done so already because it has been such a whirl wind move, that I didn’t know where to start. Justin, Popsicle (our cat) and I left Idaho Falls, Idaho on a rainy... Continue reading
Posted Sep 21, 2011 at Melissa McClure's blog
Thanks Chris for sharing. I have often observed the same things in the children I teach, the younger the more they show the glow and as they grow they loose it. Thanks for the help in how to keep it and hopefully I can pass this glow on to my students. Melissa Team One Purpose
Toggle Commented Dec 15, 2010 on To Know and Still Glow at Author Chris Brady's Blog
Thanks so much Chris for your deep insights into life and history. I love how I can learn and grow through what you have and continue to teach. Thanks so much.
I just finished a great book called The Magic of Thinking Big. Wow! What a book. I can't believe that I have thought so small for so long. Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2010 at Melissa McClure's blog
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Jun 15, 2010
Cover to the book 101 ways to enter a cannoe.
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2010 on Caption Contest 2010.6 at Author Chris Brady's Blog
Chris, Thanks for the post. I really enjoyed reading it. I am a teacher and it is amazing how much the children respond to love and empathy instead of threats. This also applies to relating with people and serving them.
Toggle Commented Apr 3, 2010 on All That We Need at Author Chris Brady's Blog
Thanks for helping to put things into persective. Melissa Team One Purpose