Reflective Teaching - One way I self-assess and grow! I include a few minutes before transitions (or after, as a calm-down) for students to do this, too. At the end of each day, we take time to reflect on what we learned TODAY. This practice is critical to sound learning and teaching, yet we skip it because we "don't have time." Make time!
Alcoholics Anonymous : Daily Reflection"First, we try living in the now just in order to stay sober-and it works. Once the idea has become part of our thinking, we find that living life in 24-hour segments is an effective and satisfying way to handle many other matters as well. - Living Sober, P.7" Happy 79th Birthday AA! June 10th, 2014
Here, you can find ANY AA information, including its preamble and steps. I find it very faith based and cliche. I am a religious person, yet I find using divine intervention to help cure addiction something I roll my eyes at. It's good to have faith but not to be naive. They use a 12-step system and are the most widely known solution to addiction, but the success rates are terrible. At least, they sound terrible to me.