A few weeks ago I was speaking in Nashville and had time to visit the Country music Hall Of Fame. Our family had, for some reason, slowly become fans of Johnny Cash so it was great to visit a place where he had a strong presence. I want to share a simple insight that I have been sharing with teachers based on a famous photograph taken of him in 1964. It captures a great idea about how we can not just survive our teaching life but actually thrive and grow. Let me know what you think.
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Life offers us so many possibilities. I’ve always been interested in why some people live amazing lives of contribution and success and why so many struggle with lost ambitions, unfulfilling relationships and the status quo.
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YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE BUT DO YOU WANT TO STAY THERE?
People who live passionate, extraordinary and abundant lives just do different things to other people. It’s not rocket science. In this book Jonathan Doyle distills two decades of teaching, speaking and research into eight simple ideas that can change the game plan of your life. No hidden secrets. No empty promises. Just proven strategies for change that actually work.