Honoring Greatness with the Nurtured Heart Approach®
Tammy (Small) Fisher, M.Ed. and Certified Advanced Nurtured Heart Trainer
 
 
 



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Tammy is presenting at:

British Columbia School Counselor Conference, October 22, 2015 

WSCA Annual Conference at Seatac Doubletree March 2-4, 2016
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VIDEO LINKS of Tammy Small speaking off the cuff on Nurtured Heart: 
“Shortcuts to Greatness”  
Links to some quick video refreshers on the challenges of honoring greatness always - and stepping away from energizing negativity!

Tammy’s BOOK for EDUCATORS: There’s Always Something Going Right: Workbook for Implementing the Nurtured Heart Approach in School Settings (c. 2010)

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Friday, April 17, 2015
Fearless Living Starts with Accepting Your Own Imperfect Greatness:
Excerpt from Fearless Parenting (c.2013)
 
This appears in Tammy’s new Book FEARLESS PARENTING (from Chapter 8: How to Coach Other Significant Adults in Your Child’s Life, p.112)
        ... Before we tackle some strategies for coaching the adults in our lives, I want to remind you of the greatness you are.  When I was first trained as an Advanced Trainer in 2007, I was well-versed in NHA.  I had read the book, attended the daylong workshop with Howard Glasser and begun practicing the system of relationship with my own children and
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Monday, November 11, 2013
Honoring Greatness - Beginning with Yourself
 
(NOTE: This is the original version of this article which appears in Tammy’s book for Educators: There’s Always Something Going Right)
What if you went about your entire life trying to bring forth the ‘greatness’ in every person you met? You would stop and notice. You would honor and name every great thing you saw, so enamored by their gifts and the values they exhibit in the way they live.  One of the qualities which I know to be fairly strong in myself is a core faith that all people are
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Friday, January 20, 2012
An Argument FOR Arguing
 
Arg!! Why can’t I get my kid to stop arguing with me?  Why must they challenge every simple request??  I have heard this lament many times (Oh, I think it was out of my own mouth! )  What does an arguing kid mean?  That they don’t respect our authority? That they don’t like our rules? That they want power and choice? That they feel we are dictators of their freedom and choice?  And how can I prepare them to handle authority figures in life if they are always arguing with every rule and
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Sunday, January 15, 2012
Glass Half-full? Hey, At Least You Have a GLASS!
 
PERSPECTIVE IS EVERYTHING, RIGHT?
How good are you at welcoming the vibrant challenges of your life? In church last week, an opportunity was offered to attend a wonderful presentation on Monday. My cousin complained that she had to work.  I smiled and reminded her that that wasn’t a problem.  She GOT to work. She HAS a job – and man, did she get that!  It was such a true reminder that perspective in life is everything when it comes to handling stress.  What might it take to see every
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Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Forget the Guilt of Failed New Year’s Resolutions: Focus on the NEW DAY!
 
 
Today’s a New Day.  So what are your New Year’s Resolutions?  Each year as we struggle to remember to write the correct year on our documents,  to start to think about organizing our papers for taxes, to try NOT to think about the next long vacation, and recover from the long holiday, we are prompted to ‘begin fresh’ with resolve to change something in a positive way.  ) Ironically, this comes from an assumption that we are messing up, which in itself doesn’t seem like a strong start for
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