When you Function with Gumption, you take personal responsibility for the way you think, act, and interact with others.
A person who regularly teaches others has a special obligation to Function with Gumption at all times.
I’m not just talking about just those who have the title Teacher.
I’m referring to anyone who teaches others.
I’m referring to almost everyone.
We all teach each other regularly.
I believe if we all teach with a Gumption mindset, then the world will be a better place.
So, what mindset is healthy for person who regularly teaches others?
The Gumption Mindset of Person who Regularly Teaches Others
Teaching others starts from a spirit of love.
Teaching others starts from a foundation of helpfulness.
Teaching others starts from a belief that the world can (and will) be a better place.
Teaching others is a privilege.
Teaching others is a responsibility.
Teaching others is unselfish.
Teaching others is about the other person.
Teaching others is about the present and future.
Teaching others is win-win.
Teaching others requires discipline.
Teaching others requires cleverness.
Teaching others is being patient.
Teaching others is working hard.
Effective teachers take 100% personal responsibility for their own thinking.
Effective teachers take 100% responsibility for their actions.
Effective teachers take 100% responsibility for their interactions with those they teach.
Effective teachers Function with Gumption.
Effective teachers make the world a better place.
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