Making Change. Roxy Peck Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Making Change Requires the Right Mindset! Mindset Adjustments…. The Dishes…. A New Mindset. Sometime Epiphanies Lead to a New Mindset…. A sudden insight into the reality or essential meaning of something.
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Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
A sudden insight into the reality or essential meaning of something.
Mindset changing epiphanies are often a motivation for change.
“Outing” things we keep hidden from students.
naysayer, worrywart, cynic,
gloomy Gus, wet blanket
Life sucks, and nothing I do will make it better.
Life is good, and it might even get better!
Definitely the product of
a pessimistic mindset!
In Education, there is no place for the “If it ain’t broke” mindset.
If it is Absolutely Perfect, Leave it Alone.
Airlines have a change fee to discourage making changes (and they keep raising it).
Nobody likes the change fee!
My new campaign:
As educators, I propose we should have a “NO change” fee!
My recommendations for making change happen
Take the pledge:
I will never risk the
“NO CHANGE” fee!