As a trainer and coach, I work with a lot of educators. In fact, having worked in the public school system for 20 years, I’m friends with a lot of educators and school counselors. And here is what I bet most of them would say: Being an educator means being stressed… right?
That’s just part of the way things work.
Stressed about meeting standards.
Stressed about connecting with parents.
Stressed about classroom management.
Stressed about that child that you can’t seem to reach…
Actually being stressed isn’t how it has to be.
Feeling stressed is a symptom. Think of it instead as a sign or an opportunity to make changes that can lead to a better environment, both for you and for your students.
All of this isn’t magic. It takes strategy. It takes time. But it doesn’t have to also take stress. You don’t need to work nights and weekends to stay on top of it and you don’t have to lay awake at night worrying.
Ginny Lennox is a friend and a retired educator who knows what I’m talking about. Together we have created a program just for educators to get their mojo back:
We want you to feel rejuvenated and energized.
We want you to feel rested and peaceful.
So we thought we’d begin by introducing ourselves:
Ready to join us?
Here’s where you can learn more and grab the early bird special:
Got questions? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you in the next video where we will share our first productivity tip!
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