This seems to be a common occurrence with educators. We have a great idea, something that we really should implement in our classroom or school or in our professional learning but for some reason we choose not to. We tell ourselves that we are better off if we wait... for the right time, the right students, the right administrators, the right _______________ (fill it in with your words). You get my point.
We all know this, but we need to be reminded: there is never going to be the right time, the right students, the right administrators, or the right whatever. I say stop waiting. Take that chance. Take a risk. Go all in. As along as you are doing what is best for your students, your teachers, your school community as a whole, your professional learning then I as you what do you have to lose?
So that idea that you have been thinking about, now is the time to share it. Don't wait. If you are thinking there will be a better time, you are mistaken. Put the wheels in motion. Do what you know you need to do for your students. Do what you know is right for their learning. Take that leap. Take a chance. Be a risk taker. See just what you can achieve. You just might amaze yourself.
Think. Achieve. Succeed.
Director of Instruction and Leadership Development
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