It’s your friend, Danny P.
My tip of the day is: Always have backup plans.
I had pre-assigned someone to do a certain task/ job for me today.
This person had several weeks to prepare for it.
I could tell from observation that this individual was not taking the task seriously.
He didn’t do anything during the preparation time. In fact, I even once caught this individual putting his head down and resting.
So, I knew the job didn’t get done.
Most of the time, I have quick, easy-to-implement interventions that I can facilitate based on memory. (That is one backup plan). I also knew I had a little extra time before this session, so, I did prepare the project.
As I expected, the individual was not prepared today. He asked for more time.
I went ahead and implemented the project that I had prepared today.
What does this have to do with you and Continuing Education?
Do you still have time to prepare and obtain the credits that you need?
I suggest getting a few more than minimum needed. Go the extra mile to be on the safe side.
That appears to be a double advantage, more knowledge, and less sweat about it.
As always, DannyPettry.Com is a great backup plan for those of you who may have waited a little too long.
But you there, reading this email. I feel confident that you’re doing the right thing.
Hope you’ll consider taking one of my self-study CEU course as an additional backup.
Go to this link: http://www.dannypettry.com/courses.html