What to do when you are overwhelmed

I am here to help you address “What to do when you are overwhelmed.” As a teacher, school principal, and now entrepreneur I understand what it’s like to feel I’m totally out of control. Supposedly, the average adult makes 35,000 decisions a day! Depending on the gravity of each decision … overwhelm seems quite unavoidable, or […]

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Justin Baeder: Moving from the classroom to administration

justin baeder for the second time on the show

Justin Baeder is Director of The Principal Center and host of Principal Center Radio. He helps school administrators transform their productivity and multiply their impact, and speaks regularly at conferences and professional development events. Justin Baeder originally starred on Episode 007 of the podcast. Justin Baeder Show Highlights The tension you feel when you are ready to move into admin Favorite aspects of […]

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Bill Ziegler: Future Focused Leaders

Bill Ziegler on the podcast

Dr. Bill Ziegler is an award winning School Leader, author, and speaker.  He has been recognized as the 2016 Pennsylvania Principal of the Year and the 2015 National Association of Secondary School Principals Digital Principal Award Winner.  He is the co-author of Future Focused Leaders – Relate, Innovate, and Invigorate for Real Educational Change.  Bill Ziegler […]

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Time Blocking Template

Time Blocking Template for Leaders

What keeps you from achieving what you are capable of? You landed on this page because you are interested in productivity and probably searched some term in Google like “time blocking template.”Well, good news … all of my clients love the resource I am giving away on this blog post, my “Ideal Week.”Listeners to my […]

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Rusty May: Bullying and School Safety

Rusty May on the podcast

Rusty May is the Director of the Bullying & School Safety Foundation, co-author of “Time In Teaching”, the creator of SchoolToolsTv.com and a national teacher trainer for the Center for Teacher Effectiveness. Rusty May inspires educators to connect more completely with all their students by training them to be assertive classroom managers and positive disciplinarians […]

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Josh Spodek: How Do I Live My Values?

joshua spodek on the better leaders better schools show

Joshua Spodek is an Adjunct Professor at NYU, leadership coach and workshop leader for Columbia Business School, columnist for Inc., founder of Spodek Academy, and author of Leadership Step by Step (launching February 2017).   He has led seminars in leadership, entrepreneurship, creativity, and sales at Harvard, Princeton, MIT, INSEAD (Singapore), the New York Academy of Science, and […]

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Megan Peterson: Helping Schools via Telemedicine

Megan Peterson on BLBS

After working in the addiction field for over 15 years both as a counselor and pharmaceutical representative, Megan Peterson knew there could be a better way that patients could get help. She took action and started 2nd Chance Counseling Service She believes that patients deserve that 2nd, 3rd, 10th, etc, chance. As long as you […]

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Moms As Principals

I am so happy to chat with moms as principals

Today I have the pleasure of interviewing the powerhouse group: Moms as Principals. We talk how to be a leader at home and at school. We also tackle the idea of balance. This was a fun show to record. Rarely do I get to interview more than 2 guests … Moms as Principals Bios: Kelley Begley […]

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Mitch Weathers: Viewing Students as Assets and Not Deficits

mitch weathers of organized binder

Mitch Weathers is a high school teacher, adjunct college professor, and the creator and founder of Organized Binder. Mitch designed Organized Binder to help struggling students gain daily exposure to the non-cognitive skills and executive function needed to achieve in the classroom. Together with the Organized Binder Team he now helps teachers, schools, districts, and […]

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