Graduations are a time of transition. A point in time when mentors, instructors, and coaches can recognize individuals for making a change in their growth or evolution.
A few weeks ago, I held my first graduation of 2017. Recently, I held my second one in Stockton. And once again, I am in awe of the unstoppable power of the human spirit and our ability to create a change when we focus our attention on what we want to achieve.
A Dale Carnegie Primer on Developing Your Memory
An essential part of any communication process is preparing your information so you can deliver it easily and your audience can assimilate and recall it effortlessly. If your audience can access and use your information, they can quickly turn that information into usable knowledge and you will be their hero.
“This year I’ll get a better job!”
“I’m going to be my own boss!”
“I’m ready to spend more time with family and friends!”
We start out with such excitement, enthusiasm, and confidence! But as excited and confident as we are it’s not long before our Inner Critic rears its ugly voice!
In my blog post, Three Attributes I’ve Seen In Successful People, I shared what knew to be the common traits successful people shared. It was after I posted my article that I found myself reflecting on the name, Jim Rohn, a highly successful American and author of An Inspired Life.