Podcast episode: Resilience and back-to-school season

Facing some tasks you’re not looking forward to? It’s all about positive attitudes and dealing with diversity this unique back-to-school season, isn’t it?

Ryan Lockee, author of Wisdom Beyond the Classroom: Real-world Advice to Last a Lifetime, drops insight on inspiring an “I-got-this” attitude in our kids and ourselves. We’re cultivating mindfulness and using meditation to power through adversity.

Episode 34: Resilience and back-to-school

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Ryan Lockee is an avid learner and meditator, with great interest in the happiness, fulfillment, health, and development of us as individuals and as a society. He believes that with the right mindset, anything is possible.

Ryan has been a high school baseball coach, a 4th and 6th-grade teacher in San Francisco, California, and taught English in Seoul, South Korea. He grew up as the oldest of six kids in Omaha, Nebraska, and currently lives with his wife and newborn son in San Francisco, California.

Check out more info on Ryan and his book (you can get a free chapter!) at wisdombeyondtheclassroom.com.

Ryan recommended we get ourselves in the right headspace each morning. We can cultivate healthy attitudes in others by taking care to cultivate healthy attitudes in ourselves. He offered this helpful acronym for fueling our healthy headspaces.

  • G –What are you GRATEFUL for?
  • A — What ATTITUDE will help me succeed at this task?
  • S — What STRATEGIES will I need to use?

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