Some days or weeks are harder than others, and that is just the honest truth! Luckily, there are so many ways we can refocus and stay positive as SLPs.
Marie Muratalla is joining me in this episode to talk about using improv as a way to stay positive and feel gratitude in the crazy SLP world we live in!
Marie is a preschool SLP who has found a balance between work & life through the power of gratitude. It is her goal to share the gratitude goodness and empower other SLPs, educators, parents, etc. to take time for self-reflection and see the benefits of leading with gratitude.
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- Tips for SLPs that struggle to remember their why
- The benefit of reflecting on the things you are grateful for
- What to do in moments that feel tough
- How to refocus on yourself
- Using improv as an SLP
- The importance of maintaining your enthusiasm
- Why you don’t have to take yourself so seriously all the time
I really hope that you feel inspired to go into your crazy sessions or crazy days thinking positively and remembering your why after listening in to this episode.
Remember not to take yourself too seriously because keeping a smile on your face will help you and your students so much!
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Joke of the Week:
Q: What did one campfire say to the other?
A: Shall we go out tonight?
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