HBR’s What Happens When Your Career Becomes Your Identity?

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Is Your Career your identity? What happens when your career becomes your identity? This Happens to so many of us? Here are 3 of the Questions HBR’s contributor Janna Koretz suggest asking yourself. 1. How do you think about your job outside the office? 2. How do you describe yourself? How much of this description is tied to your job,… Continue reading HBR’s What Happens When Your Career Becomes Your Identity?

22 Companies Celebrating Juneteenth: America’s Newest Holiday

On June 17, 2021, Juneteenth became an official federal holiday. Federal employees will have it as a paid day off. Many companies are taking steps to officially recognize this day to support people of color following the protests of systemic racism and inequality in the U.S. Here are a list of early forerunners taking the lead on this from 2021-2022: Companies Recognizing Juneteenth Nike Target … Continue reading 22 Companies Celebrating Juneteenth: America’s Newest Holiday

21 Leadership Habits To Avoid

Follow the leader, leader, leader. Not always. Here are Marshall Goldsmith’s 21 habits that derail effective leadership. The need to win at all costs Adding too much value (the desire to add to every discussion) Passing Judgment Making destructive comments Starting with “no”, “but” or “however” (conveys I’m right, you’re wrong) Telling the world how smart we are Speaking when angry Negativity (let me explain … Continue reading 21 Leadership Habits To Avoid

Managers Be Human – 4 Ways…

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Are you a manager or leader of some sort? Harvard Business Review article shared 4 points to help managers be seen as more human. Here I share: Be Personal Be Self-Aware Be Selfless Be Compassionate In my research on what makes leaders successful, self-awareness was one of the traits that stood out. But being of service to others depends on… Continue reading Managers Be Human – 4 Ways…

Your Reader’s Gift …

Do you know why some people succeed while others don’t? It’s simple. They never give up. People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily. – Zig Ziglar Motivation And Success. The Link Motivation is important to success. Give a push start or a power boost to a struggling entrepreneur today. 101+ Empowering Quotes For New … Continue reading Your Reader’s Gift …

Binge-Watching For Personal Growth. 9 Must-See…

People are hungry for something Different Miles Millar Binge Watching is the practice of watching multiple episodes of a television program in rapid succession, typically by means of DVDs or digital streaming. Dictionary.com Patty’s text excitedly read “hey, I’m here binge watching your YouTube videos”. Hmmm an untapped medium, I thought about it and decided to share a few of the top videos. Below are … Continue reading Binge-Watching For Personal Growth. 9 Must-See…

Some Die So Others Can Live. The Death That Created Success…

The difference some people make comes alive after they are gone. Sad but true. S. Cameron Martin Luther King, Jr., was a Baptist minister and leader extraordinaire. His death catapulted a movement so others could live. The more recent deaths of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and many others who lost their lives and in their deaths they made an impact. Their deaths made others live. … Continue reading Some Die So Others Can Live. The Death That Created Success…

37 Ways To Help You Build Trust And Credibility…

Trust usually takes years to build, seconds to break, and forever to repair. If you want to succeed, you need to be concerned with cultivating trust and credibility. ~Lolly Daskal Of Daskal’s 99 Simple Things That Will Help Build Trust, here I share my top 37 Favs: Do the Right thing Say what you mean and mean what you say Show commitment Follow through on … Continue reading 37 Ways To Help You Build Trust And Credibility…

The Insights: What Will We Do After Corona? 21 Projected Changes…

To stand still is to be left behind COVID_19 will incorporate changes throughout the USA and worldwide. Gone are the days of resistance to societal changes. There will be some who still resist but soon they will be dormant. To stand still is to be left behind.  But while we wait for the cure, a new vaccine and more, we practice safe measures, quarantines and … Continue reading The Insights: What Will We Do After Corona? 21 Projected Changes…

I Ain’t Gonna Lie. Leadership Ain’t Easy. 11 Hard Things You Have To Do To Be A Great Leader…

You have to try and fail and try again I Ain’t Gonna lie. Leadership Ain’t easy. The Hard Things – INC Lolly Daskal. Here I share Eleven. You have to make the call you’re afraid to make You have to give more than you get in return right away You have to care more about others than they care about you You have to feel … Continue reading I Ain’t Gonna Lie. Leadership Ain’t Easy. 11 Hard Things You Have To Do To Be A Great Leader…

New Mayor’s Historical Appointment. Success And The Challenges He Had To Overcome…

I was flying out of the Fort Lauderdale International airport to Washington DC for a conference when I heard the familiar voice of Broward County’s newly appointed Mayor VC Holness announcing welcome to visitors. Mayor Holness made history recently when he was unanimously voted to become the first Black Mayor to lead the county. Indeed an achievement. Success Strategies Research Personally I extend my own … Continue reading New Mayor’s Historical Appointment. Success And The Challenges He Had To Overcome…

Leaders Discover Yourself…

Becoming a leader is synonymous with becoming yourself. It is precisely that simple and it is also that difficult.– Warren Bennis At a family social 9-year-old RJ was asked to be the leader for his little brother and cousins at the park. He looked shocked. He’s never been asked to play that role formally before. Yet unknown to him he has always done it. He … Continue reading Leaders Discover Yourself…