On Sunday, January 12, 2020 4-H volunteers, members and supporters gathered for the annual Hamilton County 4-H Awards Banquet to recognize the outstanding achievements of the 4-H youth. Presented by the Hamilton County Community Fair Association at Miami Whitewater United Methodist Church the event was hosted by OSU Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Tony Staubach
Have you ever stared at an object so beautiful that you couldn’t look away? The stars in the night sky, the face of your child, the ocean at sunset.
Have you ever heard a sound so comfortable that you lost track of time? The laughter of a child, your favorite childhood song, crickets in the forest.
Originally presented at the OSU Community Engagement Conference the following is a transcript of Tony Staubach's presentation, "Catalyst for Compassion." Check out this inspirational message.
On my quest to further understand memory encoding I decided to delve into the biological processes that create memory. As an educator it’s important that I understand this process because my goal is memory retention.
When my life comes to a close I wonder what stories they’ll tell. Will there be narratives of bravery in the face of adversity, stories of compassion in moments of trouble or quips about the funny things I said.
There’s no way to know exactly what history will report so, I must live my life in away so that everything is worthy of note.
Failure only comes to those who lack passion and love for the task at hand.
There is no success without passion. There is no love without understanding. There is no power without cooperation. The reality is that the greatest leaders are followers, playing a role in a successful system. The sun will rise tomorrow but, will you be here to enjoy that warmth?