One of the best reasons to pursue your dream job is the impact you make on other people. The ability to make a difference and improve people’s lives, I know from experience, is heightened if you love what you are doing.
I got this letter today from a student of mine many years ago and wanted to share it with you.
I was talking the other night with friends and we were discussing a college assignment one of their husband’s gives his students. It was to explain the most profound experience in your life that you feel made you who you are today.
I remember thinking, oh I have many to choose from — some cool experiences, babies being born, my almost twenty-year marriage etc. But when I thought "that made me who I am" well that washands down your workshops.
It made me think how grateful I am that I took that series of classes, how many doors you opened for me and how much more I enjoy my life because of what I learned. I have taken many classes since, but never have they come close to comparing to the personal value/impact that your classes had for me.
I know I have told you before, but it is nice to hear and I wanted to share with you just how much gratitude I have to you as a teacher!
Wishing you the best always,
A former student!
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By Vickie Champion