#12. Time To Teach

As a teacher, frustrations are inevitable. How we respond to those frustrations are often the measure of who we are – as much as what we do. So when frustrations happen, and start to get the better of me, I try to think about the words of a Chinese proverb I found in a fortune cookie many years ago: “Every truly great accomplishment is at first impossible.” Yes, it can […]

 

#11. Practice More

As a teacher, frustrations are inevitable. How we respond to those frustrations are often the measure of who we are – as much as what we do. So when frustrations happen, and start to get the better of me, I try to think about the words of a Chinese proverb I found in a fortune cookie many years ago: “Every truly great accomplishment is at first impossible.” Yes, it can […]

 

#10. Change

As a teacher, frustrations are inevitable. How we respond to those frustrations are often the measure of who we are – as much as what we do. So when frustrations happen, and start to get the better of me, I try to think about the words of a Chinese proverb I found in a fortune cookie many years ago: “Every truly great accomplishment is at first impossible.” Yes, it can […]

 

#9. The Best Time…

As a teacher, frustrations are inevitable. How we respond to those frustrations are often the measure of who we are – as much as what we do. So when frustrations happen, and start to get the better of me, I try to think about the words of a Chinese proverb I found in a fortune cookie many years ago: “Every truly great accomplishment is at first impossible.” Yes, it can […]

 

#8. Scatter

As a teacher, frustrations are inevitable. How we respond to those frustrations are often the measure of who we are – as much as what we do. So when frustrations happen, and start to get the better of me, I try to think about the words of a Chinese proverb I found in a fortune cookie many years ago: “Every truly great accomplishment is at first impossible.” Yes, it can […]

 

#7. Repeating Directions

As a teacher, frustrations are inevitable. How we respond to those frustrations are often the measure of who we are – as much as what we do. So when frustrations happen, and start to get the better of me, I try to think about the words of a Chinese proverb I found in a fortune cookie many years ago: “Every truly great accomplishment is at first impossible.” Yes, it can […]