Why humor matters in communication
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the SCORRE Conference put on my dynamic communicators Michael Hyatt and Ken Davis. The conference itself was life-changing. The SCORRE method I learned will truly impact my communication for the rest of my life. My favorite part of the conference was one of the last sessions where [...]
Why you need a Mastermind group
Today I intercepted the mail at our office. Given the proximity of the faculty mailboxes to my office door (less than three feet), this happens on occasion.
One piece of mail caught my eye. Actually it was several pieces. Seven black envelopes addressed in gold lettered handwriting.
Was it a wedding invitation? An awards banquet? An educator appreciation luncheon?
6 keys to a better morning routine
When I wake up late, unprepared for the day, forget to eat breakfast or have my routine cup of coffee it impacts the rest of my day.
On the other hand, when I am organized, prepared, and calm when I arrive at the office, the rest of my day sees dramatic improvement.
With this in mind, here are five tips to a better morning routine:
Mission Mentor Mindset
For my TedXLSU talk, I’ve been working on the concept of Mission Mentor Mindset. I believe that authentic learning experiences include these three concepts: Mission: a goal or task you want to accomplish Mentor: someone who can teach you or guide you to your goal Mindset: the believe that you will be able to accomplish [...]
Afraid to try new technology?
Many educators I work with admit to being technophobic, afraid to try new technology. Reasons they cite include the following: It is unreliable. It is always changing. It takes too much time to learn. They might make a mistake. They might break something. These are valid concerns. But they should not prevent you from exploring [...]