Today I took time for a little morning retreat. I turned off my phone, got cozy in my study and curled up with my journal and a pen. I'm not gonna lie, it gave me great pleasure to just sit there in the sunlight. Insight #1: Let yourself sit with a pen and paper more often. My walking buddy put it this way, "Let yourself just sink in today."
Here are the steps I took to reflect. They just evolved as I listened to myself, but I am going to put them down in this post. Mostly because rewriting things helps me remember and think through the words. But also because my process may support someone else in his or her goal setting journey.
Step 1: What skillset am I using when I am the most inspired/excited/joyful? (taken from Ted Talk by Ashley Stahl)
Step 3: Brainstorm Ideas from What I Love:
Step 4: Who am I?
I am a Jill of all trades.
I create. I learn. I share. I reflect.
My goal is to:
Step 5: Thoughts
Step 6: Organize
Step 7: Possible Action Steps
Step 8: How to focus? Use hashtags to keep myself focused.
Step 9: Tentative plan
It's not perfect and it is not exact, but I feel better having a plan.
To recap in a different sort of way:
I love interacting with other educators who are mavericks in their own rights. One way I do this is by posting things on Twitter and responding to different posts.
I am going to give myself permission to read. I listen to books all the time, but to sit down seems like a luxury I can't afford. Not true.
I love learning and I want to share what I learn with others. Especially those who do not have the time to read, but still want to learn. That's why I am focused right now on #tiny.
Sharing with others has an added benefit---it helps me hold myself accountable. Big thanks to all of you who are encouraging me on my journey, share freely on Twitter, have a heart for teaching, growing, and expanding.
Hello, Learners. Here you will find our resources for eLearning. I hope you find this helpful as you keep your brain active during these days of learning at home.