The Surprising Way to Build Determination Towards Making a New Habit Stick, According to Resilience Speaker
By Jamie Mason Cohen, Resilience Speaker Terry Fox ran 25 miles per day, and only cancer stopped him from running across Canada. He did it
Wellness Speaker Canada Says Self-Acceptance is Found in Saying These 2 Words to Yourself
By Resilience Speaker, Jamie Mason Cohen In 1984, my mom Estelle came home and said she was transformed by an experience. The experience was a
Why a Practical Optimist’s Mindset Is The Secret to Persevering Through Difficult Times, Says Resilience Speaker from Toronto
By Resilient Speaker and Leadership Development Trainer, Jamie Mason Cohen How can you master the art of emotional and social connectedness in a time of
When You Should Quit, According to Resilience Speaker from Toronto
By Resilence Speaker and Virtual Meetings Facilitator, Jamie Mason Cohen When should you quit? I was asked this recently in context to the Arts, by
The Evolving Leader’s Mindset, from Leadership Keynote Speaker in Toronto
By Jamie Mason Cohen, Resilience Speaker It’s no longer an important skill in the fast-paced world we live in. 1. Take notes by hand. You’ll
The Value of Creating a Rejection Resume to Turn Crisis Into Opportunities According to Resilience Keynote Speaker from Toronto
By Jamie Mason Cohen, Resilience Speaker I’ve seen several inspiring posts about the accomplishments people have had over the past decade. I was tempted to
FOR ANY READER OF THE KINDLE OR PAPER-BACK VERSION OR LISTENER OF THE LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS AUDIO-BOOK, WHO WANTS TO BOUNCE IDEAS FROM THE BOOK AND HOW IT RELATES TO HELPING CREATE AN INCLUSIVE AND ENGAGING VIRTUAL WORKING ENVIRONMENT, WE EXTEND THE COURTESY OF A 20-MINUTE DISCOVERY SESSION.
It’s a simple, no-strings way to brainstorm ideas and get clarity on any number of the topics Jamie covered in LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS with specific questions related to using practical, engaging and modern tools to teach in virtual or in-person classrooms, help your staff lead through change, and to build strong relationships between school staff, students and parents.