Phase 5 : Teacher Maintenance
It’s Good to be U.G.L.Y.
Problem: Teachers sometimes become complacent after surviving
the first few years of teaching and are at risk of getting into a “comfortable” teaching
rut that stunts their professional growth.
Objective: to help teachers re-evaluate their personal
commitment to teaching by observing the habits of “highly ineffective” teachers
Format: Keynote or Workshop | Duration: 30 mins. to 2
• Are you constantly falling short of your professional
• Are you doing just enough to get by (i.e., going through the
• Has “good” become “good enough”?
• Are you a habitual “people
• Do you often feel “out of it” and lethargic on the job?
If so, you may be suffering from a popular affliction called “cute-ness disease.” “Cute-ness disease”
usually includes any of the following symptoms (as they relate to work, home, or
• Desire to give up
• Poor attitude
Laziness and apathy
• Anxiety and worry
Professor Joe Martin has discovered what he calls “the greatest secret” of the motivationally
supercharged…they’re too U.G.L.Y. to be cute!
In his passionate and hilarious style, Professor Martin discusses the
five ways the motivationally supercharged are different from the motivationally challenged.
In what audiences describe as “an unforgettable program,” Professor
Joe will show your staff how to:
• Deal effectively with rejection and disappointment
more persistent in the face of adversity
• Deeper your level of commitment to your
professional goals and objectives
• Become more productive by tapping into more of
your “hidden” potential
• Live with more courage and boldness (on the job)
So, take a look in the mirror? The choice is quite simple:
You can choose to “be cute” and content with your current level of
You can choose to “be U.G.L.Y.”
and committed to taking your success
to the next level!
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