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May 04, 2020

 

You have done it!  You have gone through all the steps to beat the burnout and become a BURNED-IN teacher!  But you are not done yet.  We need to talk about how to keep this momentum going and not plateauing. 

It is time to kick settling, and burnout, to the curb! I’m going to walk you through the steps to keep moving forward and never settling.  We’re going to reflect on all of the action you’ve taken over the past eight months, talk about the opportunities for growth you have experienced that lead you to become a BURNED-IN Teacher, and you’re going to leave this episode with a smile on your face and a plan to keep moving forward! 

In this episode you will: 

  • Understand why being prepared for possible future situations is important. (8:50)
  • Know how continuing to nurture your strengths, extending your reach, and determining your long term goals are ALL  key for not settling.  (11:50)
  • Get some prompts to help you to reflect on your journey to becoming a Burned-In Teacher! (14:15) 



CALL TO ACTION: THINGS YOU CAN DO TOMORROW

  1. Take the Teacher Burnout Quiz.  It is always important to keep checking in with how you are doing.  
  2. Reflect brain-dump style!  Take some time to reflect on all that you have learned about yourself and your situation by journaling.  
  3. Take some time to set up a plan to be prepared for when future burnout may strike so you can fight back by getting on the waitlist for the  FREE 4-part training series!

 

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Get on the waitlist for the FREE 4-part video training series 

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE 

Article about the difference between settling and acceptance 

 

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