Happiness: Destinies are Determined by our Decisions.
by Jon Belt
Welcome to the first edition of Monday Meditations. I am your host Jon Belt, and this is an addition to the Teacher Tunnel Podcast with just me and no guests as of right now, maybe in the future we will have guests. And just to clarify what this is and what this is not.
What this is not:
-This is not a meditation series
-I will not have calm, relaxing music on to quiet the mind
-I will not start chanting or delivering instructions on chanting
What this is:
A short audio essay to propel you into the week. We all, especially teachers look at Mondays as a struggle, and even on break I find Mondays still give me a certain level of anxiety. So, this is to help in rendering Mondays as an exciting and happy time.
Links discussed in the episode
Voxer Group (Sign up and email your username and why you want to join, and I will add you to the group)
Books mentioned in the episode
"The One Thing" by Gary Keller and Jay Papsan
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The Teacher Tunnel Podcast is an entertaining and authentic look at the teacher leaders in education and beyond. What are their habits, routines, and strategies? As a teacher and learner, Jon Belt wants to bring great people and thinkers to the surface and share their thoughts and insights about teaching, learning, self-improvement, and education.
Jon Belt is a middle school teacher in Oklahoma City, and the host of the Teacher Tunnel Podcast.
If you're not struggling, you're not living, you're not learning."