Welcome to the Better Leaders Better Schools podcast. This is a weekly show for ruckus makers — What is a ruckus maker? A leader who has found freedom from the status quo. A leader looking to escape the old routine. A leader who never, ever gives up.
In today’s episode, our guest Robert Breyer is one of our ruckus makers who will share his story with you. He has served as a classroom teacher and administrator for the past fourteen years. He has some brilliant ideas about business and to execute his plans he has launched a podcast.
We hope you enjoy the podcast. All the highlights, resources, and next steps can be found below. Listen to the full episode here and learn more at betterleadersbetterschools.com
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Key Talking Points
- Introduction to Robert
- Starting of Podcast business
- Importance of building confidence
- Leaving comfort zone
- Making an emotional connection
- AP to the principal transformation
- Importance of learning
- Take away from the conversation
Key Milestones of the Episodes
[05:32] Introduction to Robert Breyer
[07:16] Starting of podcast
[13:28] Aha moments
[18:36] AP to Principal
[23:50] Importance of building confidence
[26:08] Gift for Ruckus Maker
[33:30] Leaving comfort zone
[36:49] First book of Daniel
[43:41] Story for the Ruckus maker
[45:58] Demand of the business
[47:55] Take away from the conversation
- “Isolation is the number one enemy of excellence and isolation is also a choice.”
- “Don’t try to do everything for everybody.”
- “You don’t have to do it alone.”
- “People will reveal what they need and why they need.”
- “People see themselves in the stories you tell.”
- “Leadership is service or if you’re interested in business. That’s just solving somebody’s challenge.”
- “I’m looking at different ways to go to separate myself from others because there’s a lot of people already doing this type of business. How do I make myself stand out?”
About Our Guest
Robert Breyer has served as a classroom teacher and administrator for the past 14 years. He was selected to the first Sandhills Leadership Academy class, which is a selective process to prepare a cadre of highly effective school leaders for high needs schools These experiences have shaped Robert into a reflective and effective school leader who sets the example for his peers, teachers, and students.
Robert is also the host of the Guiding Principals podcast.
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