Sunday, July 10, 2016

Move Your Bus: Why Runners are Important

Happy Sunday!

It is another beautiful Sunday in July and Mrs. 3rd Grade and I are chatting some more about the fantastic book Move Your Bus by Ron Clark. This week we are discussing why runners are important. Link up with us if you can. We would love to read your thoughts!

Runners carry a lot of importance that tends to go unrecognized or is hidden by those around them which is the opposite of what should happen. Runners need to be highlighted, built up, and encouraged. They are what will keep the bus moving. Their positive energy draws people in and keeps people interested in whatever it is that the runners are offering/saying.

Runners are also those people that you can always count on. They arrive early, leave late, are always willing to lend a hand, and they are continually reaching for greater heights. They want to give everything they can to their organization to make it great and to keep it moving forward. They keep the bus moving at a steady pace.

Ultimately runners put the most time, effort, and heart into their organization. They do whatever they can to make their organization successful and continually moving in a positive direction. They are the people that you want others on your staff to look up to and to strive to be. They need to be encouraged and have their triumphs highlighted so that their positive energy continues to motivate those around them and keep the bus moving.

These are just a few of my thoughts on why runners are so important to have on the bus. I hope that you all will share your thoughts and link up with us. Have a wonderful Sunday!


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