So any who...it's no secret that when faced with obstacles in life, they will either make you or break you. So if you're reading this post and you're a current graduate, brace yourself for all the good and not so great that life will send your way.
Like most commencement ceremonies, there's always the main speaker who offers graduates words of advice before exiting the stage. Sometimes those words stick with you for a few days, but gradually, they fade away. And when we find ourselves in the midst of adversity, or when we're not selected to move forward in the interview process for a job, or when we have to adapt to a new way of living after the loss of a close family member or friend, that's when we have to dig deep within ourselves to seek solace so that we can move forward. In saying that, I believe that in order to achieve success, it takes three key ingredients. They have less to do with what others see on the outside, but EVERYTHING to do with the changes that happen to you internally.
On the latest episode of the Intentional Instruction Podcast, I talk more in depth about those three key ingredients that I believe are necessary for success. To listen, just click here.
The Intentional Toolkit
Inside the Intentional Toolkit I've also included a few important articles that are connected to this blog post and podcast episode. To access them just click on the toolkit at the bottom of this page; from there you'll be able to open the PDF. As always, I hope you find these resources useful.
Well that's all for now, but I would love to hear from you. If there was something that was written in this post or if you heard something when listening to the podcast episode where you had an "aha" moment, share your positive thoughts or solution based comments below. If you listen to the podcast on Spotify, you can share your thoughts on that platform as well. The I-Team community is all about educating with purpose, so let's continue to educate, uplift, and inspire our youth.
And finally, for those fearless educators who are returning back to work in the Fall, I'd like to personally say thank you for your service and congratulations to you as well. Please make sure that you recharge because you know the start of any new school year is always extremely busy...so rest up. Until next time, go out there and be GREAT!