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A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 6,000 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people.
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We’ve made it to the end of our series 8 To Be Great!… The 8 traits successful people, or in our case, successful Christian teachers, have in common. It all started with passion, and it ends with…. well, you are fixing to find that out for yourself! 😉
On another note, this will be the last vlog of 2014 as we are 4 days away from Christmas break here in Georgia. Praise the Lord! If you’re like me, you are COVERED UP with things to do before the end of this first semester. May God bless us all and keep us sane for the next 4 days! lol I am praying for The Lord to bless you and make you the successful teacher He plans for you to be!
Grace and peace to you and remember: Jesus is the reason for the season!
See you in January!
Successful people have good ideas, and I would venture to say lots of them, wouldn’t you? I would also go a step further and take a guess, based on personal experience, that more of them don’t work out than do! I firmly believe the Lord is waiting for us to simply ask Him for help in this area, and that’s what we are talking about on the blog today. By the way, what you see is what you get with this blog! lol If I make an error in grammar or pronunciation here or there, please forgive me. If I edited it out, it would probably be more noticeable! (Just keepin’ it real – and human!) May the Lord richly bless you with lots of great ideas for your classroom.
Praying for you,
What does Rocky Balboa have to do with 8 To Be Great? He embodies the next 2 traits of successful people that we are taking a look at today on the blog. I’m thinking we, as teachers, need to be encouraged to do these 2 things as well, especially when we get stuck. Are you stuck? If you are, I hope this will help you to get out of that pit!
God bless you in your classroom,