096 | What It Takes To Run A Well-Oiled Machine With Chanie Wilschanski

096 What It Takes To Run A Well-Oiled Machine With Chanie Wilschanski

I sit down with the CEO of DiscoverED Consulting, Chanie Wilschanski, who helps school leaders build schools of excellence. We walk through Chanie’s well-oiled systems, processes, and routines that transform everyday chaos into teachable moments, growth, and revenue-generating opportunities.

What You'll Discover In This Episode:

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    Best Practices For Integrating Your Business & Personal Life
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    What To Aim For In Your Work (And It’s Not Perfection!)
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    Where To Find The Biggest Catalyst For Your Growth
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    What You Must Be Keenly Aware Of When Hiring Out
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    What You Seriously Need To Load Up On Daily
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    So Much More!

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This was a great discussion with Chanie I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

Important Resources & Links From This Episode:

DiscoverED Consulting

About The Guest:

Chanie began her journey over a decade ago teaching toddlers at the acclaimed Preschool of the Arts in NYC.

Continuing her path into higher studies and receiving her Masters in EC and Special Education, she started training teachers and school leaders on the HOW part of creating excellence in their school.

Through her journey, Chanie got married and has 4 children ages 1, 4, 6 and 8. Her hands are full! Chanie knows what it takes to lead a large center and have a full-time job at home as well.

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