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How to Procrastinate #LikeABuilder

Episode 33 – ​How to Procrastinate #LikeABuilder

​EPISODE 33​How to Procrastinate #LikeABuilderBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:There is very little in your work that can’t be put off to a better time. Knowing what needs to be done right now versus what can be done later is what helps Builders stay focused on the right work at the right time. Builders focus […]

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How to Be Curious #LikeABuilder

Episode 32 – ​How to Be Curious #LikeABuilder

​EPISODE 32​How to Be Curious #LikeABuilderBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:When we choose criticism over curiosity, we cheat ourselves of a learning opportunity.Everyone has something to teach us if we look for the lesson.When you are open to multiple ideas and look for them in unusual places, you expand your perspective. That allows you […]

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How to Use Data #LikeABuilder

Episode 31 – ​How to Use Data #LikeABuilder

​EPISODE 31​How to Use Data #LikeABuilderBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Data is neither good or bad. It’s how you USE data that matters. Leaders look at the data in a vacuum. Builders look at data in the context of their vision, mission, and core values which makes the data significantly more meaningful and useful. Leaders tend […]

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How to Hold a Boundary #LikeABuilder

Episode 30 – How to Hold a Boundary #LikeABuilder

​EPISODE 30How to Hold a Boundary #LikeABuilderBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Boundaries are guidelines, rules or limits that a person creates to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave towards them and how they will respond when someone passes those limits.When people violate a boundary, there are two ways you […]

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How to Handle Teacher Complaints #LikeABuilder

Episode 29 – How to Handle Teacher Complaints #LikeABuilder

​EPISODE 29How to Handle Teacher Complaints #LikeABuilder Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:A teacher complaint is an expression of their dissatisfaction with their jobs. But, just addressing the complaint without addressing the ROOT cause of the complaint will not completely solve the problem.It’s not that teachers are being ungrateful or hard to please; it’s that […]

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How Well Does Your Master Schedule Reflect Your Core Values, Mission, and Vision

Episode 28 – How Well Does Your Master Schedule Reflect Your Core Values, Mission, and Vision

​EPISODE 28How Well Does Your Master Schedule Reflect Your Core Values, Mission, and Vision Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Your master schedule is one of the most powerful ways you have to realize your vision, live out your core values, and keep your school on mission.There are three mindset shifts (I call them “mindsteps”) […]

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Should you ever get rid of a teacher?

Episode 27 – Should you ever get rid of a teacher?

​EPISODE 27Should you ever get rid of a teacher?Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:There is a better way to deal with underperforming teachers – a way that actually solves your problem and builds your culture in the process.Focusing on building your school rather than getting rid of those who seem in the way means […]

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