How To Reduce Negative Self Talk & Reduce Imposter Syndrome

In this video, I share with you 7 ways to support your wellbeing by being aware of your own self-talk and help to keep something called Imposter Syndrome at bay.

Just because you don’t always do everything perfectly does not mean that you shouldn’t share your knowledge and understanding with others and feel good about it.

The best thing you can do for your wellbeing and for the wellbeing of your student is to be kind and compassionate to yourself especially when you don’t live up to your own expectations.

There will always be times when you are not as well prepared as you think you should be when you lose your patience when the lesson you planned doesn’t work when kids don’t get it and when you feel frustrated.

Learn how to help your students be kind to themselves by letting them see you using positive self-talk.