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    When we started homeschooling, I didn't think much about being a leader… The president's a leader. Heads of big corporations are leaders. At the time, I mostly thought about saving my then seven-year-old from the child-eating machine that he was caught in.

    I'm sure that many of you have similar stories: he was diagnosed with migraine at age 6, lost 20% of his body weight in first grade, screamed like he was being murdered in his bed with night terrors most nights of the week. My little Max, formerly a happy, confident, friendly guy, reacted with these symptoms to the stress of too much academic pressure at too young an age. Meanwhile, his teachers were advising a psychological evaluation and hinting at medicine to help control his "distracted" behavior.

    Have you ever heard of the 4C's of leadership? They are:

    • calm
    • courageous
    • confident
    • consistent


    At the time I didn't know it, but the process of learning about homeschooling, bringing my husband Ben on board, figuring out how we were going to do it, and actually getting our Max out of school took a huge dose of ...
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