Your view of situations and your personal perceptions and beliefs mean everything when it comes to your mindset and personal resilience. If your negative beliefs are left unchallenged, they will soon become your reality which could ultimately drive you out of this job you love. Listen to today's episode to learn practical steps on how you can challenge any negative perceptions you have in order to continue being the best teacher you can be.
Many of us grew up with voices around us telling us what we can or can't achieve in life; some of these voices came from our very own teachers... In this episode I share with you a personal story from my own classroom where my students inspired this message that encourages us all to believe in our own goals and if something doesn't work out, we learn to adjust the plan, not the dream.
As teachers, we have extremely high standards for ourselves and many of us will work ourselves to the bone. But this "martyr complex" and working ourselves to a mental breakdown is not us performing at our best. Listen to this episode to learn some practical steps on how to still be your best and self-regulate to ensure you're fit and able to stick with teaching for the long haul.
This is one of the most intense episodes yet! I give it to you straight and offer you a reality check along with some practical advice for you to be able to be productive without getting yourself all stressed out in the process.
It's amazing what a bit of peace and quiet can do. In this podcast, I share with you my personal experiences and battles I face as a teacher trying to balance being there for my students and colleagues as well as taking time for myself. It can be done, even in a teacher's crazy day and it doesn't need to take as much as you might think.
Our brains are designed to solve problems, so why do we fear coming across them so much? Why do we always run to others to help us with our problems when we have the power within ourselves to solve them? Listen to today's episode to hear how with just one small shift, you can find the answer to any problem you have.
As teachers, we often find ourselves in a tizz at that point where the to do list and deadlines are expanding faster than we're able to tackle them! During these times it's common to see teachers running around frazzled, stressed out or sick as they worry about how it's all going to get done. In today's episode I share with you my personal mantra and how I deal with these inevitable stressful moments of being a teacher.
Sometimes when we don't agree with school leaders or the education system, we can start to feel resentment as a teacher. But with one quick mindset shift I will show you how you can lift resentment and continue to strive to be the best teacher you can be.
Today's message is a simple but life-changing one. We waste so much time worrying about things that are not going to matter later on down the road. Listen to today's episode to help you gain perspective on how to see life's problems to ensure you continue to focus on the things that really matter.
Gaining respect really can come down to one thing that is so incredibly simple but so often overlooked. Tune in today to learn what this one thing is that will gain respect from others as well as yourself that you can put into action right away.
We all want to be the perfect teacher, but beating ourselves up for not being able to maintain perfection in every area, is going to do more damage than good. In today's episode we discuss how we achieve satisfaction and joy by striving for progress instead of perfection.
Who doesn't want to have a great day? In this episode I talk you through some practical steps you can easily do that will ensure you enjoy teaching every day!
Any time we make the decision to grow, challenge ourselves or take our lives to the next level, we will likely feel fear. This is completely normal, but I don't want fear to stop you from progressing as a teacher and being the best you can be. Listen to today's episode to learn how you can cure your fear and take control of your life.
There will undoubtedly be days where sometimes we "just don't feel like it". In this episode I share with you why it is absolutely fundamental to our character that we "do it anyway", as well as some tips and tricks to help you see the truth for what it is and ways you can disempower negative beliefs to help you keep going during the challenging times.
Don't confuse bad days as a sign of weakness (those are the days we're actually fighting the hardest) [Ep34]
"Bad" days are inevitable - we all have them. Sometimes we get frustrated, down or even burst into tears, but this is not a sign of weakness within us. If we keep going even through those challenging times, we are proving that we are fighting our very hardest - that couldn't be more opposite to weakness if we tried! If you're ever having a bad day, don't beat yourself up - listen to this episode, keep your chin up and keep moving forward!
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The Teach On, Teach Strong Podcast is all about providing FREE personal development for teachers!
Firstly let's put this out there:
I am not a guru. I am not a life coach. I AM A TEACHER just like you - sharing lessons I am learning in my teaching journey.
Why I started this podcast: Success can be broken down into 20% skill and 80% mindset. We have plenty of support for professional development (20% skill) but I've found that support for personal development (80% mindset), is lacking for us teachers - UNTIL NOW!
This podcast is a movement I've started to support teachers, and my sole aim is to help you succeed in teaching by developing your personal mindset, so you can be the best teacher you can be!
Tune in every Sunday and Wednesday, and listen to a fellow teacher, who still teaches full time just like you, share with you free personal development tools to enable you to teach on and teach strong every day, and continue to make a difference to the lives of young children.