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Dr. Brandon Beck joins Dr. Phil Campbell, also known as "PC" on The Green Room to share his passion for teaching, coaching, speaking, and so much more. Elementary educator by day, high school soccer coach by night, part-time professor, father of three girls, and the author of the brand new book: Unlocking Unlimited Potential.
Sometimes our own beliefs can limit our ability in the classroom – these are called self-limiting beliefs. Dr. Brandon Beck helps us learn how to face our self-limiting beliefs, appreciate the positive things we have done, and move forward to a brighter future.
Listen to Brandon as he sits down with Vicki Davis for this 10 minute episode.
In this episode Tisha Richmond chats with Dr. Brandon Beck about his incredible educational experience teaching in a dual-language program, connecting to your why, goal setting, how he has adapted to teaching in a pandemic, and his new book: Unlocking Unlimited Potential. You will be so inspired by all that Brandon has to share!
Dr. Brandon Beck shares all about his mission as an educator, coach, edupreneur, and so much more! The author of Unlocking Unlimited Potential, Brandon shares about how every educator, every student, every person, has unlimited potential within them, and shares strategies for how to unlock your own potential! In this episode we unpack limiting beliefs, mindset, goal setting, and so much more!
Brandon chats with Rae Hughart and Jeff Gargas from the Teach Better Team about how he helps the students and athletes he serves unlock their unlimited potential.
"The test or score most definitely does not define who you are as a student and I've made myself very true to that statement as an educator."
Dave Schmittou discusses Brandon's experience as a monolingual, bilingual educator and the connection between coaching and teaching.