49 min

Why New Year’s Resolutions Usually Fail and How You Can Succeed Instead Making Math Moments That Matter

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This episode is our first episode of the year 2023. What better topic to dig into than goal setting now that you may have set your New Year's Resolution for this new calendar year - be it personal or professional.
We’ll dig into some of the reasons why your resolutions of years past may have failed and what you can do to increase the probability that the goal you set for yourself this year will not only be worthwhile, but one that you can position yourself to actually achieve!


You’ll Learn: 
Why most people fail at achieving their resolutions; How to avoid the common mistakes around creating a resolution or goal; How to use OKRs to achieve the goals you set for yourself personally or professionally; and,How to craft goals for your classroom and/or school improvement programs.  
Resources: 
16 Reasons Why New Year's Resolutions Fail - Life Hack.org
Top 3 Reasons Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail - Forbes
How To Start The School Year Off Right
Measure What Matters [Book] - John Doerr


District Leader Resources:
The Make Math Moments District Planning Workbook [First 3 pages] 
Learn About Our District Improvement Program


Are you a district mathematics leader interested in crafting a mathematics professional learning plan that will transform your district mathematics program forever? Book a time to chat with us!

Other Useful Resources and Supports: 
Make Math Moments Framework [Blog Article]
Make Math Moments Problem-Based Lessons & Units


Get a Customized Math Improvement Plan For Your District.Are you district leader for mathematics? Take the 12 minute assessment and you’ll get a free, customized improvement plan to shape and grow the 6 parts of any strong mathematics program.Take the assessment
Get a Customized Math Improvement Plan For Your District.Are you district leader for mathematics? Take the 12 minute assessment and you’ll get a free, customized improvement plan to shape and grow the 6 parts of any strong mathematics program.Take the assessment

This episode is our first episode of the year 2023. What better topic to dig into than goal setting now that you may have set your New Year's Resolution for this new calendar year - be it personal or professional.
We’ll dig into some of the reasons why your resolutions of years past may have failed and what you can do to increase the probability that the goal you set for yourself this year will not only be worthwhile, but one that you can position yourself to actually achieve!


You’ll Learn: 
Why most people fail at achieving their resolutions; How to avoid the common mistakes around creating a resolution or goal; How to use OKRs to achieve the goals you set for yourself personally or professionally; and,How to craft goals for your classroom and/or school improvement programs.  
Resources: 
16 Reasons Why New Year's Resolutions Fail - Life Hack.org
Top 3 Reasons Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail - Forbes
How To Start The School Year Off Right
Measure What Matters [Book] - John Doerr


District Leader Resources:
The Make Math Moments District Planning Workbook [First 3 pages] 
Learn About Our District Improvement Program


Are you a district mathematics leader interested in crafting a mathematics professional learning plan that will transform your district mathematics program forever? Book a time to chat with us!

Other Useful Resources and Supports: 
Make Math Moments Framework [Blog Article]
Make Math Moments Problem-Based Lessons & Units


Get a Customized Math Improvement Plan For Your District.Are you district leader for mathematics? Take the 12 minute assessment and you’ll get a free, customized improvement plan to shape and grow the 6 parts of any strong mathematics program.Take the assessment
Get a Customized Math Improvement Plan For Your District.Are you district leader for mathematics? Take the 12 minute assessment and you’ll get a free, customized improvement plan to shape and grow the 6 parts of any strong mathematics program.Take the assessment

49 min