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Teachers Always Bounce Back! No ratings yet.

I’ve been in the classroom for more than 22 years. In the past two months I interviewed more than 50 teachers, of which 15 got accepted. I know what it feels like to be at the end of the academic year… tired, exhausted, strained, drained, and stretched thin to the limits. You just feel like…

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Improving Corporate Culture in Schools No ratings yet.

When we join a company we can immediately see that there is a corporate culture we have to adjust to. It’s a bunch of habits and patterns that everyone goes by. In this video, I discuss why it is important that these corporate habits or paradigms are examined, and that the ones that are not…

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Demotivation at Schools No ratings yet.

In this video, I share some tips of how best to help kids grasp the concept of success, and find motivation and desire to win in studies and life, from within (intrinsic motivation) I conclude this with 3 tips to keep the kid on track: 1/ keep a check on your own worries and doubt…

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The Knowing-Doing gap explained! No ratings yet.

“If we did all the things we are really capable of doing, we would literally astonish ourselves.” Thomas Edison Do you really want to astonish yourself? then you definitely need to understand this concept. You see most of us whether at home, at school or in the corporation are confronted with the same challenge every…

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Clarity: all the answers are within! No ratings yet.

CLARITY: THE ANSWERS ARE ALWAYS 💯WITHIN A number of friends on Insta and Fb, mostly young, reached out over the holidays for advice on how to find clarity of direction, clarity of mind, getting unstuck, and choosing a course of action correctly. I decided to do this short video to thank all those who shared…

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Can you really use 100% of your potential? No ratings yet.

The shocking truth that human potential is infinite (UCLA research center) but that people might be using only a fraction of their potential (6% according to Margaret Mead) should be disturbing news for educational systems as the formal providers of ‘Knowledge.’ What do you think? Please rate this Sample rating item

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