How Far Would You Go To Land That Dream Role?

The beginning of greatness is to be different Roy Whittier. CNN headline news shared the news of Karly – a 27 year old who ordered a cake with her resume printed on it and sent it to the company of her dreams. Guess where? Nike! This feat was done from her location in North Carolina to their headquarters in Oregon. Talk about innovation! All with … Continue reading How Far Would You Go To Land That Dream Role?

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

What Advice Would You Give To Someone Who Sees The Work They Do As Part Of Who They Are?

Originally posted on GREENLiGHT:
Interview on career and our identity gave rise to questions from interested listeners. Here I share my take on this interesting topic. A career is an occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person’s life and with opportunities for progress. For example, a child who goes into the family lineage of what they do…lawyer becomes lawyer, doctor becomes doctor, business… Continue reading What Advice Would You Give To Someone Who Sees The Work They Do As Part Of Who They Are?

11 Goal-Setting Quotes That Will Inspire Success…

Just drive! Hit the road! It doesn’t matter where you’re going. Just drive! There’s not much to that. With no plan, anything you do will get you nowhere. But that’s more than likely not your intention. There’s more interest and satisfaction for example when you plan your career, or a vacation…knowing exactly where you’re going; researching the cost of airfare, hotel accommodations, tours, not to mention … Continue reading 11 Goal-Setting Quotes That Will Inspire Success…

Managers Be Human – 4 Ways…

Originally posted on Success Strategies:
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…

Minimum Wage On The Rise…

Hospitality leaders gained first hand knowledge of the changes at the NLRB, fines for violations of Human Trafficking laws and Minimum wage changes from Board Certified Labor Attorney Bob Turk. Thanks Bob for encouraging leaders to Heed the warnings. Minimum Wage rose from $8.65 to $10 an hour. The Sonesta Hotel hosted the HHRABC Association and Dade Membership event. We are grateful to those who … Continue reading Minimum Wage On The Rise…

Quiet Isn’t Always Peace…

Deep thought. Articulate she was as she shared her soul searching work to a global audience captivated by her eloquence during the historic inauguration As a writer and lover of words like she is, how could I resist the opportunity to share the work of a Quiet Storm, Amanda Gorman. The Hill We Climbby Amanda Gorman, USA Youth Poet Laureate When day comes, we ask … Continue reading Quiet Isn’t Always Peace…

Entrepreneurs Share Positive Learnings From 2020. Here Are 15…

2020 The year of the pandemic which shocked many. There is hardly anyone left untouched. Rich, middle class or poor. The lives of many were turned upside down as lives were lost, jobs cut, business closures as the world simply stopped. As the year draws to a close in this fourth quarter, a social media tribe was asked the question: What’s the best thing that … Continue reading Entrepreneurs Share Positive Learnings From 2020. Here Are 15…

What’s Your Why? Here’s Mine…

Originally posted on Success Strategies:
Actions are visible, motives?are secret. ~Samuel Johnson Affluent, distinguished, go-getter one day she suffered a stroke. In an instant Alice’s life changed. Weekly physical therapy became routine to return to normal. Sadly, the job she previously had also left her. Despondent she wanted to know what to do. She decided to search before the end came. Sad and down she… Continue reading What’s Your Why? Here’s Mine…

The 6 Signs It’s Time To Change Your Direction…

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Ever felt that nudge when you know something is off. That nudge that just won’t go away. We ignore it. Distract it. Do everything we can to procrastinate or avoid that funny feeling that we get. The feeling that only you can identify. https://youtu.be/vrmcSfHT9D8 Yes we have all been there. It might be that change in our career, relationship, finances… Continue reading The 6 Signs It’s Time To Change Your Direction…

Just Because You’re Good At Something…

Just because you’re Good at something doesn’t mean you have to do it forever. Emily P. Freeman So many of us get up each day and do the things we are good at even though we are miserable and no longer enjoy what we are doing. Why not Try something new today? Maybe you will have to learn it. Maybe it will challenge you. But … Continue reading Just Because You’re Good At Something…