“Self Care is Not Selfish, You Cannot Serve From an Empty Vessel”
Welcome to The PE Umbrella Podcast, episode 67. This week, I am giving you a sneak preview into my thoughts on evolving my interview format in future podcast episodes. Dont panic! The old favourites such as favourite warm up and physed advice will all be staying put, however, I am turning my attentions to the whole self of being a teacher, not just the ‘teaching aspect’. This episode is a dummy run of sorts as I share my own thoughts on the importance of fuelling your Mind, your Body and also my current thoughts when it comes to teaching! Essentially, if I interviewed myself, these would be my answers!
The thought process behind this episode was to first and foremost test the waters, but secondly, I am really triggered by the quote above ^^^^^ and I’m a firm believer in another quote:
“Practice What You Preach”
You all know that I am not a big fan of the word ‘Practise’, so let’s rephrase that…
“Live What You Preach’
There, much better.
That been said, this episode is a quick stop tour of what helps fill my own Vessel and prevent it from being empty, thus contributing to me being the best teacher that I can. Speaking from experience of becoming that nearly burnt out teacher, I talk about how I live what I teach and fuel my own Mind and Body!
Lets do this!
I hope you enjoy this weeks episode. I always try to be as honest as possible when reflecting and discussing issues and I hope you appreciate that (whether you agree or not) As always, I’d love to hear about your opinions and experiences with anything I have discussed today so Tweet me @ryansporting or email me at email@example.com.
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