110: It's not what you know. - Jason Habisch chats with us about taking care of yourself, being a part of a championship team, and recruiting your own board of advisors.
Jason Habisch chats with us about taking care of yourself, being a part of a championship team, and recruiting your own board of advisors.
Jason talks about the power of reflection, leaning into a challenge and learning from it, and explains why it's not what you know, or who you know, but both.@RaeHughart and @jeffgargas (or @_jeffgargas on IG) 11:01 - Previewing the episode with Jason Habisch 14:24 - Jason introduces himself. 15:30 - Jason's failure: Stepping away from education and starting a business. 20:53 - Jason's success: Being part of a championship football program. 29:13 - What's keeping Jason excited about education right now: The moments he gets to coach a kid into a vision of themselves that's much bigger than what they had. 34:01 - Jason's advice for teachers: Be brave enough to be the adult. And recruit your own board of advisors. 37:48 - 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less. 39:54 - How to connect with Jason Guest's Recommendations EdTech Tool: quizizz/quizlet Book: "Atomic habits" by James Clear Who to Follow on Instagram: #personaldevelopment #successmindset #earthfocus YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: Relaxingsoundzzz Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Plan your personal week on a Sunday night. Best piece of advice you've ever received: "Don’t miss out on your own kids coaching everyone else’s." - Bill Kerbel --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
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