If you won the lottery, would you go in to work tomorrow?

This question strikes a chord in the heart of educators, but maybe for a variety of reasons.

When the lottery gets big, like way up there in record-setting amounts of money so high that it’s hard to even comprehend that large of a number, conversations with friends and colleagues can get interesting.

But does winning the lottery take on another meaning for teachers? What are the things in life that we have to do, and what do we actually want to do?

Maybe you’ve already struck it rich. Or, maybe the jackpot is really more of a mindset.

What are your thoughts?