If your identity is not worth stealing you need a new one. In today’s highly completive workplace building a brand that cannot be stolen is a thing of the past.
Let’s face it, our world is changing and our institutions of higher learning should reflect this diversity. Diversity means more than compliance and affirmative action, it means inclusion. Being aware of those around you and not only respecting them, but having a true appreciation for them and their differences.
This talk is designed for anyone who has ever experienced a setback in life. It will help you tap into the power of a setback and make it work for you. Giving up should never be an option during or after a setback.
Have you ever wondered why some leaders are more effective than others? Why some put in just as much time as others, but don’t yield the same results? It’s simple, effective leaders have the right attitude.
Imagine standing on the sidelines waiting to get into the game and the coach turns and asks you if you have done in your spare time everything you needed to do in order to play when called on.
Every morning as I pull up at work, I know that I will have to park my car in the alley (our makeshift parking lot) behind the tall black gate that runs the entire perimeter of the facility (I will talk about the gate later).
Fitting things into categories is a necessary part of being effecting and allowing your light to burn, without you burning out. There are areas in your life that require more time and attention than others.
Too often we start the New Year by making a resolution, according to a poll done by ComRes, 66% of the people who made a resolution admitted to breaking it within the first month.