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Mindful Living with Athea Davis Ep. 103: From Self-Love to Success with Dr. Sam Fecich

Mindful Living with Athea Davis Ep. 103: From Self-Love to Success with Dr. Sam Fecich

Athea Davis | @atheadavis
July 8,  2021

Happy Day, Friend!

On this week’s podcast episode, I’m talking about self-love and self-care and how it relates to the overall success we desire in our lives.

My special guest, Dr. Samantha Fecich, guides new teachers on their professional growth journey in education, and we dive into all the necessary ingredients for success in that process. Whether you’re a new teacher or not, each of us is on a personal and/or professional journey, and there are so many nuggets of wisdom in this episode to help you along any season (and in any profession) in your life.

Dr. Sam Fecich guides future teachers to become educators of excellence and beyond. She says that teaching doesn’t begin when you walk across the stage at graduation, but instead begins during your first college class at 8:00 a.m. She’s been a professor of education for over 7 years, and gives teachers tangible tips, strategies, and encouragement to guide them along their professional journey.

Sam and I talk about:

~ Self-love and self-care boundaries;

~ self-care routines;

~ embracing your mistakes;

~ being clear on your “why”; and

~ and so much more!

It’s such an inspiring conversation packed with practical tips for living a successful life on your own terms. I hope you gain a lot of value from it.

To connect with Dr. Sam Fecich, click the links below.

If you have any questions, thoughts, or comments: connect with me on social media @atheadavis!

And, don’t forget to subscribe so you can stay tuned in to all the

Athea is a mindfulness educator, author, and podcaster helping students, educators, parents, & leaders de-stress for success.

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