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Wobbly Willie Learns to Fly
by Richard Quisenberry
Genre: Children’s Picture Book, Kindness
Join Wobbly Willie Cranford as he embarks on a new journey that takes him and his friends into the clouds!
Choosing kindness can make a big difference in the world!
**Don’t miss the other Wobbly Willie books!!**
About the Wobbly Willie Kindness Organization
Wobbly Willie’s Kindness Organization was founded on the belief that everyone has the opportunity to be kind and that kindness can be cultivated through an intentional practice. Our mission is to inspire, educate, and motivate individuals to understand that kindness matters. We want to empower individuals with the tools and support to boost each person’s confidence, while being prescribed new ways of embracing others differences and administering kindness. The Wobbly Willie Organization is broken down into a variety of services, such as Kindness Children’s Books, Kindness Education Programs, and Kindness Professional Speaking Engagements. Explore more with us as we push to spread kindness across the country.
Find out more here – https://www.wobblywillie.org/
Richard Quisenbury (Coach Quis) has achieved and is still in pursuit of every dream he has set his mind to, including graduating from college, becoming a principal, driving across the country, learning many hobbies, traveling out of the country, falling deeply in love, creating a beautiful family, and identifying his life purpose, to name but a few.
With over 40 years of experience in the educational industry, Coach Quis is just as passionate today, as he was on his first day, about developing tomorrow’s personal and professional leaders. As said by Coach Quis, “If you want a different result, you must be willing to first take a different action. With the near epidemic proportions of unhappy employees, the need for personal and professional integration has never been more imminent.”
Note that he didn’t say work/life balance; he believes such a thing is both impossible and undesirable for we spend a disproportionate amount of our time working. Instead, the goal is to integrate all aspects of life so we thrive at our careers & our personal lives equally as well, where we aren’t leaving a part of us behind as we spend our days at work wishing we were somewhere else… anywhere else; or trying to be home with our children while distracted by the things not getting done at work. Instead of balance, it’s the power of presence we seek.