Finding Your Cornerstones — Your Windows of Wisdom

Finding Your Cornerstones Discover your Windows of Wisdom – The Things You Know cor·ner·stone /ˈkôrnərˌstōn/ Noun an important quality or feature on which a particular thing depends or is based. Similar: foundation; basis; fundamental principle; centerpiece a stone that forms the base of a corner of a building, joining two walls.   The Thumbnail. You’re…

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Finish Strong! Leave A Lasting Legacy Officer Teams

Finish Strong! Elected Officers serve a short term. And it’s hard to get a lot accomplished. For those of you — particularly Career & Technical Student Organization CTSO officers — who are at the end of your term, there is still time to leave your impact. These four activities will help you leave office with…

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It’s All Good. I Ran Today. — What’s In Your Blank?

  Saw this bumper sticker — “It’s All Good. I Ran Today.” Now, I’m not a runner. But I get it. This message is golden. All is good when you do what you need to do to put yourself in a good place. I emphatically remind audience members in leadership training that self-care is not…

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It’s not WHAT you are. It’s WHO you are.

Leaders — It’s not WHAT you are. It’s WHO you are. Your reputation is your resume. It’s those things that you do when no one is watching. That’s what defines you. In those BIG moments . . . When you’re exhausted yet still have more to do. When you’re almost at deadline yet forget the…

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Officer Toolkit — Leadership Tools to Start Right

Officer Leadership Toolkit Newly elected officers? You want to do a great job. You want to serve others and make a difference. You want to do everything. Sometimes this leads to early burnout. The Officer Toolkit gives you four tools to start right away and start strong. Focusing on these four tools will help build…

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