Revisiting Your Vision, Intention & Methodology: Inspiration to Teach

It can be inspirational to revisit your personal intention and objectives and creating a systematic approach to focusing on your priorities. For more on these topics, see Vision & Goal Setting. You’ll find inspiration and specific techniques, including answers to these questions:

  • If we lack vision, we are simply reacting to the world and whatever appears most pressing. That is, we are living someone else’s priorities. Where must we focus our attention in order to develop our vision?
  • What one simple task causes individuals to have nine times the success of others?
  • What 14 questions can help guide you to your vision?
  • Give examples of how to set tangible and measurable objectives around such goals as teaching more philosophy in class or increasing your hands-on adjustments.
  • When your objective is a quality, focus or intention such as embodying non-judgment, what question can you ask yourself to set tangible objectives?
  • What are some common pitfalls along the way of endeavoring to accomplish our objectives?
  • What practices can help to combat these challenges?
  • Describe specific techniques for living your priorities.
  • Describe a study of mathphobes that can help to motivate us to avoid procrastination.
  • Describe more ideas and resources for gaining inspiration and insight into setting and meeting your goals.