Tag Archives: mentor

Teaching

To teach is to transform, and when you transform someone, it ripples throughout their life. Women are the primary educators in the home, and when you help a woman, she helps her child, and her child helps their child.”  Positively … Continue reading

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Thoughts of a Blogger: A Blogger’s Journal

I like the idea of my blog, and the content.  My message is clear “Life is simply far too short to ONLY think of your professional life.” Yes, I have obtained my Master in Social Work (MSW), and gone on to obtain … Continue reading

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How Educators Can Better Help Students

 I would recommend that every teacher and administrator think every day: How did I connect today? How did I reach out to a student that hasn’t spoken on my Zoom class in a week? I’ve got a class of 20 students, and … Continue reading

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Resources

Examine how your resources are allocated. I’m not referring to just financial resources. Your time and energy are resources. Who do you choose to spend time with? Who do you recommend for jobs and internships? Who do you invite to … Continue reading

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Empowerment

“My practice has allowed me to step outside myself enough to really support women, wholeheartedly. While also recognizing that male or female, we all need the balance of the yin and yang energy.” Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the … Continue reading

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