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The Art Of Editing

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‘Editing’ is making a decision about what serves you and what you are better off without. This episode draws upon examples from important editors of art, literature, and film in order to help demonstrate why editing is an essential skill for us all.

These days are filled with pressures and anxieties, but sometimes it is important to ask, “What are you going to ‘stop’ doing? What can be cut from your ‘to-do’ list?” Listen for 10 minutes to The Art of Editing, take a breath, and then “Cut”

 

PiXL Pearls: Short reflections on life and leadership, in schools. They are here to inspire, encourage, motivate, and challenge.

The PiXL network spans almost 3,000 schools across key stages 1-5. We collaborate, share best practice, and equip leaders throughout the educational system.

Series 1 was presented by Founder-Director Sir John Rowling, and Series 2 is presented by Rachel Johnson, CEO of PiXL. They both draw on literature, life, and experience in leadership to explore different elements of what it is to be a good leader and how we can become even better leaders, both in and out of school. 

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