Marietta Mehanni

X Factor

Written by Marietta

November 27, 2013

Sometimes we can be so “into” teaching that we forget how important fun is. Participants in our classes are constantly searching for a smile or humour from us. Do you have an “SOH” – Sense of Humour? Most of us would like to think so, but are challenged to share it in our classes. How seriously do you take yourself and your class?

Participants enjoy having happy positive experiences, and that ultimately, is an atmosphere that you create. What enormous amount of power we hold as leaders – to smile, to make someone else smile and perhaps give them a assured sense of self, which is why we do, what we do.

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