How to approach decision making when you’re coming from a place of fear and doubt.
How the thought of possibility is the first step in achieving your goal.
Why it’s important to understand why you’re making the decisions you do.
The 3 stages of the decision-making process.
How emotional resiliency helps you respond to other people’s emotions in an intentional way.
How doing the work of increasing your emotional resiliency allows you to come from a place of true authenticity.
Why learning to allow emotions makes you unstoppable.
How to start mentally and emotionally equipping yourself for the coming year.
The courageous action required to stand up for your own opinions from an aligned place.
Nelson’s experience of our school system as a non-hetero-normative Latino student.
The biggest challenges our schools are facing right now in terms of equity and support.
Why the upcoming year will be a time to listen closely and be open to new conversations.
The importance of making decisions from a place of possibility.
The 6 steps to true and lasting transformation.
How to use the Rungs of Belief to start believing that you are highly effective and become a great leader.
The important differences between equity and inclusion in our schools.
Why now is the perfect time to embrace the concept of possibility.
Why it’s natural to experience some form of grief knowing that your school might be closed through the end of the year.
How to prepare for being interviewed or conducting an interview situation under social distancing measures.
What you can do to bring more balance and positive emotion to your experience of working from home.
Why the myth of behind negatively impacts the people who matter most in our work as school leaders: the children.
How embracing the possibilities that lie ahead will breathe life back into you right now.
3 steps you can take to move yourself and your community forward through this crisis.
How we know that the problems we face in the present are going to be perceived as the most important and most challenging.