Small Nugget. Big Impact.
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What is hope? What does growth have to do with it? Small Nugget. Big Impact.
Small nugget for a big impact. Could these three little words be the key to getting everything done on your to do list?
Have a little fun today and leave me a comment. Have you ever felt like Newman in the video? Want to be notified via email when a new Zap of Wynn is ready? Simply join the International Academy of Bee Sharp Teachers. Membership is packed with rewards!
3 Easy Steps to Change this Month from Frustration to Joy 2. Set, know, and honor your boundaries. Example – Teachers feel the pressure of being in a heart-centered business. “If I was a great teacher, I’d be available 24-7 for parents, school, anyone who needs me…” This is a lie. Your life is YOURS.
Nightly reflection will change your classroom. When you lay down to sleep each night review three things that went well at school. Then set an intention to recognize three positive impacts you have on students the next day as they occur. As you make this part of your daily practice, you will become more clearly
to Get Your Classroom Closed Up and You Out On Time Hello teacher friend, Are you ready for the year to end? Is your classroom cleaned up, packed, and ready to go? Sheesh, the end of the year is exhausting. But Honey, I am NOT into overwhelm, frustration, nor exhaustion! I created the International Academy
This time of year, I see so much over teaching. In talking with teachers I hear the concern in their voices and their words let me know it is the looming benchmarks and tests that have them over teaching. No matter what grade you teach, you feel it in the air- the last push
Why do we mark holidays, anniversaries, birthdays… as important? More importantly, HOW do you mark them? For instance, how did you mark the New Year? In your Zap of Wynn (the video at the bottom of this page) today, I will give you three questions to ask yourself that will make a big difference in
I didn’t hear him approach. Suddenly I just felt the stare of a man. I glanced to the right and there he was: shirtless, wearing sunglasses, earbuds in his ears, practically running in place to stay beside me as I gave my jog all the speed I had. A smile emerged on his face. Then