The Power of Focusing on What Matters and Building Daily Habits-
It is easy to get caught up in the rush of our to-do lists that we forget why we are doing those things in the first place. I have been there recently, and I am in the process of resetting my priorities. The biggest lesson I have learned: Take small steps forward…1
The Power of Letting Go-
“Whenever you are putting something out there, 10% of people will hate it, 80% will be indifferent, and 10% will be raving fans.”
The Power of Understanding-
“Empathy fuels connection. Sympathy drives disconnection.” – Brené Brown When we seek to empathize with people it requires us to be vulnerable. To get down into the pit with them instead of sympathizing, which disconnects by painting a silver lining on a problem.
The Power of Persistence-
A new body, lighter, with wings, and not just any pair of wings, but beautiful wings. That is what a great challenge can do, it can help you take flight. And speaking of flight, have you heard of Icarus and how he flew too close to the sun? Well, that story, according to Seth Godin, was altered to keep people from reaching too high
The Power of Experience-
There is nothing like actually experiencing something to help understand it. At iteach we want to help you become a great teacher by gaining classroom experience and learning valuable skills to help you become excellent at teaching.
The Power of Taking Responsibility-
The problem with being stuck in victim mentality is it leaves you powerless and of course when you don’t own your part in a bad situation then you can’t help but look for others to blame for your misery.