The destructive and constructive nature of comparison.

Brian MillerSchurtz and Ties Podcast

As educators, we often feel isolated. Sometimes its because we feel less then others and are fearful we will be discovered as a fraud. Other times, we feel isolated because we are successful and we are afraid the spotlight will only isolate us more. Both are unfair. Both are destructive. In this episode, Brian and Kasey talk about the pitfalls of comparisons, the manifestations of its destructive nature, and how best to overcome and confidently lean into who we are as people, and as educators.

We take the best of somebody and compare it to our weakness, and of course we're not going to measure up Click To Tweet.” – Brian Miller

The destructive and constructive nature of comparison. Click To Tweet – Kasey Schurtz


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