Keep It Simple

Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” –  Arthur Ashe

After the challenges of the past 2 years –  Isn’t it time for putting new routines in place and some structure back into our lives…

If this is Your Year to Getting Registered – the discipline and structure will be what will take you over the finish line.

Last post was about having a Plan – (click here to review)

This week let’s put some things in place…

  • I’m a big believer that in order to achieve our goals, it’s super helpful to write them out.  If you haven’t already done this – take a moment and put pen to paper.  
  • Read through the ‘Starters’ section in the Resource Library for this site – It will help you outline when you are eligible to take the exam and then work backwards from there.
  • Start collecting your CEU’s – getting the required amount before you submit your application is no quick task – also, the material you will be exposed to will help you in this preparation process.  There are a ton of free options that occur monthly – Start Here
  • Knock out each area in the Content Outline for the exam (Not sure where to find it? It’s in the Starters section of the Resource Library) Again there are a lot of free options…Quizlet, Pinterest posts on EEG, EpilepsyDiagnosis.org, etc… 
  • Want additional motivation and lessons plans to help you stay on track?  Sign up for Your Year to Getting Registered subscription pack.  For about $10/month you’ll receive a monthly email with a Lesson Plan, Tips, a Q & A and Resources to help you stay on track.  Just click here to order.

Email me if you need a tutor (RTompkins@TompkinsAssociates.com) – I would be happy to help!

Let’s Stay Curious and Grow What We Know

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