Joe Ferraro - Getting 1% Better
Joe Ferraro is getting 1% One Percent Better everyday and he's hoping to help you get better with him. Joe's podcast, 1% One Percent Better is helping one individual at a time develop an arsenal of information to get better with every listen. Joe is in his 18th year and he teaches English and Public Speaking to seniors as well as the Head Varsity Baseball Coach.
In this episode we discuss
The Four Agreements by Don Luiz Miguel
Debbie Millman - Look Both Ways
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Solo by Kwami Alexander
City of Thieves by Simeon Beneoff
The Moment with Brian Koppelman
Learning Leader with Host Ryan Hawk
ABCA Calls From The Clubhouse
Quotes Mentioned in the Podcast
"Marry someone you like." Joe Ferraro
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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.
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