Invest in yourself

“The only person you need to be better than, is the person you were yesterday.” -Rachel Hollis

I am about to embark on a crazy journey in the next 16 months really digging deep into myself, my personality, my leadership style, my weaknesses, my quirks and more.

I am more than excited.

But, this is an investment. Of my time and my money. And no, none of this is required by my school/county/state.

But, I am committed to staying green and growing. So, I am investing the time and the money into myself.

And I think you should too. YOU are your biggest investment. Yup, YOU!

What do you invest in for you? A celebration here, a new outfit there, maybe a workout plan, what else? What about a couple hours of space and silence? What about a friends weekend away? What about that new book you’ve been dying to read that is sitting on your shelf collecting dust? What about that podcast that your friend sent you?

Investing in yourself doesn’t have to be monetary bound. I have grown so much in my personal life, teaching life, leadership life, and business life through free resources.

Through things like podcasts (for personal, teaching and business), I’ve downloaded a billion free lead magnets from some of the best teachers, leaders, bosses around the country. I’ve watched countless videos on YouTube that have challenged me in my leadership skills.

Where do you want to grow?

It’s time for you to start investing in that ONE area of growth. Invest your time and/or your money.

Wanna great place to start? Invest some time and a small amount of money to learn from ag teachers across the county at GERMINATE 2019.

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