Nicholas Ferroni | Back to School
We're back to school with America's favorite teacher.
As summer wraps up and kids head back to the classroom, I wanted to bring on America’s fave, Nicholas Ferroni.
Nicholas has said, "As a kid, I wanted to be a superhero, philosopher, philanthropist, psychologist, activist, actor, comedian and lawyer... so I became a teacher." Nicholas is a nationally recognized educator and activist who educates, mentors and inspires students to reach their goals while driving a national dialogue about education reform.
I came across Nicholas on social media and was immediately drawn to how he highlights the importance of teaching kids empathy over content.
"Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care." - Theodore Roosevelt.
While Nicholas has captured the hearts of America through his drive to cultivate social change, he's also beloved for dedication to transform the lives of his students. He’s a sought-after speaker and activist, recognized on nationally known platforms including The View, MSNBC, Huffington Post, and more.
In this talk, we discuss how Nicholas transforms lives, one student at a time, and how his work impacts the world outside the classroom.
I’m so excited to share this one with YOU and hope you share it with your kids and friends -- they'll love it too.
Have a beautiful day! 🎉
Some Questions I Ask:
How has your life been impacted by the rise of your platform? (8:36)
In what ways have you seen your teachings spread outside of the classroom? (13:11)
What do you want to see happen in your life that will exceed your life? (21:16)
What are some of the biggest transformations you’ve seen in your students? (22:27)
How do your social experiments impact your students’ communities? (30:42)
Who are some of the teachers that impacted your life? (37:52)
How do you keep your mind and body optimized? (44:02)
In this Episode, You Will Learn:
How Nicholas fights to get his message about education reform heard. (10:30)
Why Nicholas teaches his students empathy and social responsibility. (12:11)
How Nicholas used his social media platform to spread his message. (15:58)
Why every good teacher questions their career choice. (23:55)
What Nicholas is most excited to work on right now. (33:15)
Why it’s important to thank a former teacher. (37:33)
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