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Some of the wisest and most effective mentors I have had, simply made themselves available. These people—true mentors—will help you discover and define yourself. [Note: Information on a free music download toward the end of this post. Enjoy!] Mentors have … Continue reading
Whatever you do this week (month, year and beyond), make sure it is excellent. How do you stand out and take control of your brand? In an article posted on LinkedIn (“How to Quit Like a Boss”), Liz Ryan describes … Continue reading
On your way to realization, you need to go from visualization to verbalization to transformation. Being able to teach my student success classes continues to be a wonderful personal learning experience. As I tell my students (continually), a student success … Continue reading
Intentional growth, evaluated experience, and consistency are keys to personal development. In this month’s issue of Success Magazine, publisher Darren Hardy conducted an interview with leadership guru John C. Maxwell. They focused on the topic of personal development—what it means … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a file folder I had forgotten about. The label on the folder simply said “My Mother.” When we consider our parents, teachers, friends, neighbors, spiritual leaders, mentors, and even total strangers with whom … Continue reading