How do I keep helping a school fresh and exciting?
Really, how do you we anything in life fresh and exciting?
If you’ve helped a school for a number of years, this is a frequently asked question: how do we keep this exciting?
How do we stay engaged with helping a school?
My first response is a mental magic trick and it works in all kinds of situations. It works if you don’t like your job. It works if you’re having a relationship issue. It works if you’re struggling with your diet, your finances, or your time.
The trick: tell yourself (and those you lead): “I get to” instead of “I have to”.
If you lead a church or business partnership with a school, it’s all about the incredible privilege of what you and I get to do:
But it starts with “I get to”.
Try it out in your own life:
We communicate gratitude when we say “I get to”.
We communicate obligation when we say “I have to”.
Guess which perspective is more fresh and exciting?!
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