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Simon Sinek states that people and organizations should start with why they do what they do, and then describe how and what they do. “People don’t buy what you do. They buy why you do it.”
I am a principal because I believe I can make a positive impact on the future of the students I work with. It is a service to the common good that I provide. It’s not about me.
I do this by being a self-directed learner. I constantly seek out different ways to be a better instructional leader through my personal learning network.
The people I follow, and those that follow me, make me a better educator.