With that being said, I am not in the business to create a step by step guide because I don't believe that is the answer. However, I don't want to lose sight of the needs of the reader. What are the barriers that are keep you or others from taking that plunge to act on that idea that will take your teaching, learning, life to the next level? What keeps you/others from going there? I want to make sure I address all that I can and would love to know more from anyone who is brave enough to answer.
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