Tag: Reflection

In Your Development And Journey, Have You Ever Thought About Why You Haven’t Quit?

“Have you ever thought about quitting?

That’s a question I got during the Q&A portion of a presentation I gave at Quest 2017, an education summit organized by the Connecticut Chapter of Prospanica and its corporate and community partners.

My presentation — Build Your Best Self To Tackle Your Goals — was built on the strategy of positioning oneself on the best path possible to reach his…


Your Leadership Wake: As A Leader, How Do You Acknowledge Others?

This previous post had broken down the understanding of leadership impact and the Leadership Wake and introduced this series of posts regarding where the wake from a leader’s action can be observed.

It outlined how a leader — or anyone for that matter — can create and leave behind a positive, exhausting, or neutral experience for those around them based on how they approach different areas such as collaboration, communication, and expression.

It asked us to…


There’s A Difference Between “Quitting” And Doing What’s Best For You

Be honest: Are you a quitter?

Do you give up on things? Do you walk away from things? Do you just say to yourself “This isn’t for me” or “I can’t do this”?

Some people would say that to separate yourself from an action, initiative or plan you had previously committed to would be quitting.  You wanted to do something and, at some point, you decided it wasn’t for you and so you just backed out.


What People Teach Us: Hillary Clinton And Repeating (Recent) History

Hillary Clinton is continuing to make more appearances since having lost the Presidential Election in November to Donald Trump.

Her supporters are happy to see her and get her take on the first 100 days of the new administration. And yet others are quick to point out that she and other older Democrats need to step out of the spotlight to make way for a younger, more connected Democratic contingent to take over.

Many political observers feel,…


How Far Can Your Empathy and Understanding Take You?

Politics aside, what does it take for you to see the other side of an argument?

Hypothetically, if an issue is brought before our group, how do we understand it as it applies to the greater good of a group and how might we try to relate to its cause and mission?

In January 2017, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Paul Ryan was confronted by a Republican attendee at a CNN town hall, where…


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