It is never too late to be what you might have been.
Like a 21 speed bike we all have gears we never use.
The format of this learning experience is flexible and the specific content is targeted to the needs of each audience. This program may be presented as a keynote address, short workshop, or extended retreat.
The only difference between a rut and a grave is the depth. Joseph Campbell challenged us to "Follow your bliss." How do we discover our passions and fully realize our gifts and talents? What kinds of environments invite others to realize their full potentialities? What lessons can we learn from the peak performers which might enrich our lives and our jobs? Together we will explore the obstacles to personal success and the road to personal mastery and fulfillment.
Ron Partin is Professor Emeritus at Bowling Green State University. As a counselor educator, he has taught courses in counseling, educational consultation, group dynamics, and learning psychology. A former high school teacher and coach, he is in frequent demand as a speaker, trainer, and consultant. Ron is known for facilitating interactive group workshops.
Ron is the author of numerous journal articles in the areas of time management, goal setting, creative problem solving, stress management, and effective teaching skills. He is the co-author of Classroom Management, a training program on effective classroom management, which has been completed by over 50,000 teachers nationwide. He is the author of The Social Studies Teacher's Survival Kit.,The Social Studies Teacher's Book of Lists , Prentice Hall Directory of Online Resources for Teaching Social Studies, and The Teacher's Classroom Survival Guide.
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