“What transforms the individual, transforms the collective”. Several weeks ago a colleague shared this quote with me, and ever since I heard it, I've been wondering, "Is this really true?" Are the same things that transform you and me the keys to transforming whole systems? If we looked at our own stories, could we find practices that might help us bring significant shifts to the education system? I think we can. As we close out the 2019 year and the 2010 decade, we'll take a closer look at the things that transform us, and how personal disruption and innovation can provide insight for collective change. On this episode I share how my own life completely transformed over the last calendar year, the 6 practices that led to personal innovation and accelerated growth, and what these practices can tell us about the education system as a whole.
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