It’s not just me…

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I guess I haven’t been the only one pondering teacher mindset.  Ian at Byrdseed has written a great post comparing the work we do with students to improve their mindset and how our own mindset impacts how that may look in our classrooms.  So often, we put others first.  A wise soul once said to me, “It’s easy to look out the window.  It’s much more difficult to look in the mirror.”  I challenge you to read the post by Ian at the Byrdseed blog and reflect on your own inner monologue.  For myself, I would rather live in abundance than always seeing my deficits.  I would love to hear your thoughts…

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