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What I’ve Learned in Life?

I’ve learned that even though I may be exhausted, I always find the strength when family or friends need me. I’ve learned that laughing always puts me in a great mood. So does chocolate. I’ve learned that people who make me laugh. make me happy. I’ve learned that people who laugh at other people with me, make me happy too. I’ve learned that sarcasm is my weapon of choice. I’ve learned that writing always provides me an outlet to share. I’ve learned that even though I may talk too much, […]

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The Situation is Never the Problem

Everyone copes and deals with situations differently. Regardless of what we face, our overall reaction is what people will remember. Whether the outcome is positive or negative our actions and reactions speaks for themselves. The situation is never the problem, sometimes the problem is our attitude. Having a positive attitude will enable you to see the brighter side of any situation and will provide you with a new level of hope and understanding. It can also produce a level of new found confidence allowing you to expect something bigger or […]

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Key To Communicating Effectively

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Growing Into Leadership

People aren’t born into leadership positions. We usually start in the trenches, as the doers. We earn the right to lead the projects and the vision by doing the work itself, and doing it well. Because the hardest part of learning to lead well is letting go of the execution, the very thing that earned us our spot at the head of the team, and entrusting others with the building and construction. The old saying of “if you want something done right, do it yourself” just doesn’t play at scale. […]

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Essential Leadership through Diversity

True leadership means having the ability to go outside of what is comfortable to you and building a strong relationship with those you lead. As a leader you must engage in meaningful conversations and encourage everyone to create and put into practice their talents. Everyone has something to offer, but it’s rarely offered because they may lack courage, drive or an opportunity. A big mistake leaders often make is not allowing those they lead to enhance their own leadership skills. Leadership is not about controlling followers. Leadership is about providing […]

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The Limits of Leadership

“Imagine the organization that has been given a Herculean task with insufficient resources to accomplish it,” says Col. Reed. “We’ll run good leaders into the ground if we try to train and lead our way out of that situation.” Again, leadership is not a universal panacea. In fact, leaders are really not responsible for all of the doing; they set the direction for others to carry through. Leadership demands delegation, asking others to share in the load. At the same time, leaders must ensure that their employees have the authority […]

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A Series of Experiences!

“Life is a series of experiences, each one of which makes us bigger, even though it is hard to realize this. For the world was built to develop character, and we must learn that the setbacks and grief which we endure help us in our marching onward.” Henry Ford

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The Passionate Teacher

The Passionate Teacher is an inspirational and practical guide for teachers to reclaim their classroom as they engage their students through passionate teaching. The excerpts from this book are filled with useful information, in supporting any teacher to be the best teacher they can be. Every teacher has something different to bring to his or her classroom and each teacher has a different teaching style. The information in this book is beneficial to any new teacher who is looking for their voice in their classroom. The excitement Fried shows in […]

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Concept of Leadership

Leadership is the capacity to rally around a group of people to encourage them to reach their personal or professional goals. The purpose of this blog is to make available fundamental opportunities to help you develop; improve or put into practice your own leadership skills. The intention is to provide a place to reflect on your own leadership performance and to share your concept of such. Hopefully in sharing our words, our resources and both background and experience in leadership; it will enable others to understand and embrace their own […]

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To Laugh Often…..

To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

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