Oct 22, 2022
In this episode, I share my interview with a Burned-In Teacher student and member, Maggie. After transitioning back into an elementary classroom, in addition to having two small children at home, her exhaustion was only amplified by her trying to keep up with all the “new” teachers. She shares that from the get-go of her career she formed bad habits, but by rectifying all those habits and belief systems by applying what she learned in Burned-In Teacher University and through the support of the membership community, she began to honor and accept who she is and how what makes her an individual makes her an asset. In our conversation, Maggie shares how it’s not sunshine and roses all the time, and that it takes discipline and intentional action to see lasting results. So, without further ado, I want to introduce you to Maggie and I know you're going to love to hear her story!
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