In our experience working with new teachers, we often see perfectionism creep in. It’s the quiet voice of “you aren’t good enough” and “you’ll never figure this out.” At best, it robs you of your joy. At worst, it leads to burnout. So, we thought we would share two videos about what it means to plan for the future as a new teacher.

First, from Trevor:

Here’s a thought from John about setting goals that focus on habits rather than end results:

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