Back when I was a teenager I used to collect postcards with quotes on them; there was one that I loved so much I kept up on the wall of my bedroom and I still have it now 20 years later! Ever since the day I found this postcard, this quote has affected how I live my life and I still keep it as a reminder all these years later. In this episode we discuss why it's so important for you to live your life and teach doing what you feel is right, even if it means going against the "flow".
Do bad things always seem to happen to you? Do you feel unlucky that things don’t seem to go your way? Or is it really that bad things happen to all of us but it’s how we respond that makes the difference? Today’s message is one that will really empower you to take control of your mind and bring the best out in you!
Have you ever stopped to think about your beliefs? Like when you get upset, angry or happy about anything - what are you believing in that moment? By taking the time to stop and consider what you’re believing, you’ll be able to untap unbelievable power to change your life! Listen to today's episode to hear how you can do this!
What do you do when you lose your "mojo"? You know, when you've gone from being a productive superhero to suddenly feeling like you want to sleep on a pile of books you should be grading...
In this episode I explain why this is a common problem for us ladies and how we can not only get through this sometimes debilitating feeling, but use it's inevitability to actually keep us teaching on and teaching strong every day!
Today we're going to be talking about happiness! Who doesn't want to be happy, isn't that what we're all after at the end of the day?
So what makes you happy? This is such an important question you need to ask yourself, as how you answer this question has the power to create or destroy you.
In this episode we talk about how you need to define happiness in the right way to ensure you can be happy every single day!
Would you say that most days you feel that the day controls you more than you control the day?
Do you ever let your circumstances affect how you feel or what you say and do?
Does the world around you affect you on the inside?
Do you want to know how you can control your day?
Keep listening to find out some secret psychology tricks that will give you the power you need to control your emotions to keep you teaching on and teaching strong every day!
Have you ever had an accountability partner to help you make a change in your life such as with your work / life balance? Did it work long term? Chances are it probably didn't. What's more alarming is how we're so quick to give the power to change our life to someone else! In this episode we discuss:
When was the last time you blamed someone for something that went wrong? It's all too easy for us to pass the blame to let ourselves off the hook. However, when we're too quick to do that without assessing a situation, we miss out on a fundamental opportunity to change for the better. In today's episode we discuss:
Are you on the endless quest to finding "teacher balance"? Out of all the things you have read and tried in the past, has any of it worked in the long run or are you still looking for the "secret sauce"? Today's episode hits you with a big reality check - there is no secret sauce and there's nothing wrong with you either!
It's that you're being fed a lot of myths by coaching professionals or former teachers who are not necessarily able to practice what they preach in the classroom to see whether these tactics actually work for unique demands of a teacher's life.
In this episode, I drop some hard truth bombs and I'll offer you some of my practical alternative strategies and mindset shifts that I know actually work, because I am a teacher like you! If you're struggling with work life balance and nothing else has worked so far, this episode is for you.
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.
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. (Hint, it's not what you think!)
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.
We've all made mistakes, and providing we are continually growing and trying new things in our teaching, we always will! Sometimes we can be so hard on ourselves as we want to do the best we can for our students, but that doesn't mean we should hold onto all our past mistakes. We have the power to use our mistakes to make us even better - listen to this episode to learn how to harness your inner power to do this!
As teachers, we are generally known for working our butts off! Yes it's nice to be recognised for the work we do and it definitely hurts when someone else takes credit for our ideas. Regardless, we should not let this prevent us for doing, being and giving our very best. In this episode I share some techniques you can use to help keep you encouraged during those times when you're feeling unappreciated.
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