Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Give Gratitude

Cynthia Ozick is a well known and highly celebrated short story writer, novelist, and Pulitzer prize finalist. She once said “We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude.”  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you to look around you and find your closest support system.  Take the time to thank them and show your appreciation for their support today!


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Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… Don’t Worry!

Inspired by the words of Leo Buscaglia

Leo Buscaglia has helped so many people around the world through his message of love and kindness. He once said “Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you to refrain from worrying and focus on the positive moments we have each and every day.

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Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… Be Kind!

Inspired by the words of Ellen Degeneres

Ellen Degeneres has helped so many people around the world simply by being kind.  Her impact on the lives of so many has come from her desire to spread joy to others.  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you to be kind each day and create the chain reaction that is so needed in our world today.


Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… Teachers are Champions!

Be inspired by the words of Billie Jean King

Billie Jean King is regarded by many to be one of the best female tennis players of all time, and a true champion.  She once said, “Champions keep playing until they get it right.  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you be the champion your students need and keep up the amazing work YOU do each day!

Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… Stay Positive!

Inspiration from Helen Keller

Helen Keller remained positive in her life despite the many obstacles that she faced. She once said, “Keep your face toward the sunshine, and you will never see the shadows.  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you remain positive and look at the brighter side of life no matter what obstacles may come your way.

Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… Never Stop Learning!

Be inspired by a quote from Bill Nye

Bill Nye spoke to the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2014 and said, “Everyone that you will ever meet, knows something that you don’t.  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you to be never stop learning, and to always embrace the knowledge that others have to offer.

Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… Be the Example.

Ralph Waldo Emerson is credited for saying “What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you to be intentional with your actions, and realize that your students are always watching.  Remember, we often impact our students more with what we don’t say, than with what we do.

Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… You are Unique!

Simon Sinek once said, “We’d achieve more if we chased our dreams instead of our competition.”  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I want to encourage you to embrace the unique qualities that YOU bring to your students.  Remember, nobody brings exactly what YOU do into your classroom!

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Mark Twain... Take time to REST!

Mark Twain once said “If you have no time to rest, it is exactly the right time.”  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I want to encourage you to take time for YOU this week.  Remember how important it is to rest in order to recharge and be the best you can possibly be each day.


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Alan Kay... Be Innovative

Alan Kay said “The best way to predict the future is to invent it.”  In this Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I want to encourage you to take the time to be innovative in your teaching, and never allow the doubts of others to become your beliefs.