Why I chose the word S.T.A.R. to create an acronym for this program?
It started at PACE. Teachers, parents, and students came in feeling overwhelmed with life and downtrodden with little belief in themselves. So I began telling them that they are a S.T.A.R., then God gave me the acronym for it.
Smart: Too many people don’t feel like they are smart, and it hinders their self-confidence and self-worth.
Talented: Too many people don’t realize they have talent, therefore they never use their talent. When someone doesn’t use their talent, they don’t inspire and motivate others to greatness. This leaves them feeling less fulfilled.
Awesome: When you know you are smart and capitalize on your talent, you will begin to feel that you are awesome and authentic. When you believe you are awesome, you will act like an awesome human being.
Respected: People who don’t believe they are smart who don’t use their talent and who do not believe they are awesome, are seldom respected. Therefore, you must get to a place where you respect yourself by knowing you are smart, talented, and awesome so others will respect you.
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Introducing The S.T.A.R. Program video by Daria Dillard Stone