Brian Letendre, who is portraying Bert in the US National Tour of Mary Poppins, recently posted 21 Facts that Prove Mary Poppins would be the Best Life Coach. As I read through the list, I asked myself if the same could be said about me. Certainly, #21 is a goal I should work toward.
As we journey through life, we find our future-self aligning with many of these attributes. How do these apply in your life?
- Mary Poppins would be there for you at a moment’s notice — she’d probably even fly in.
- Like a good life coach, she’d make sure you don’t make any unfounded assumptions.
- She believes everyone has the potential to reach new heights and achieve greatness.
- When the English language doesn’t suffice, she’s not afraid to make up her own words.
- She’d surely keep a close watch on you to make sure you’re on the right track.
- And would inspire you to always be the best version of yourself.
- She’s chock full of good advice.
- And knows how to let loose every once in a while.
- Mary Poppins doesn’t have time for other people’s nonsense.
- And generally doesn’t take “no” for an answer.
- She’s always a joy to be around.
- And has an optimistic outlook on life.
- Mary Poppins really knows how to encourage others and push them toward success.
- And she always has everyone’s best interests at heart.
- She doesn’t let the criticism of others get to her.
- And is unafraid to call people out when they’re being show-offs.
- Mary Poppins would hold you accountable for your actions and make sure you’re being responsible.
- And would encourage you not to let what other people think define you.
- Mary Poppins believes subtlety and modesty is the key to self-preservation.
- She comes highly recommended since everyone loves her.
- And, as everyone knows, she’s practically perfect in every way.
Based on what Mary Poppins taught you, do you have a #22? Which attribute do you find the strongest in your life?