Month: March 2015

Accountability–living up to my own posts

I have a weakness when I blog–it’s all too easy to only show the positive things I do when I blog about things I’m passionate about. Another example of this happened last Monday–just last week I was talking about being vulnerable

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Learning to be vulnerable with Brene Browns Principles for Engaged Feedback

As a music teacher and job coach, I’m constantly giving feedback. So, I am methodically going through each of Brene’s principles to see how I’m doing with them. This week’s principle: * I’m ready to listen, ask questions, and accept

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Bonding and showing empathy using Brene Brown’s Principles For Engaged Feedback

Welcome to the third in a series of how I’m working to incorporate Brene Brown’s Principles For Engaged Feedback into my life and teaching practice. Here’s todays principle: I can model the vulnerability and openness that I expect to see

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