Do you remember having a role model? Someone who was a positive influence in your life? Role models come into young people’s lives in a variety of ways. They could be parents, teachers, community leaders, clergy, peers, and ordinary people encountered in everyday life.read more
The following post is a guest blog post by Tal Shnall: Jim Rohn, the pioneer of personal development shares the following thought about value, “Everything of value requires care, attention and discipline.” So what does that say about your leadership development? Let’s explore it together in how we can add value to your foundation […]read more
When a young leader gains confidence and experience they begin to shape their leadership influence. With each new success and learning, the young leader’s confidence grows. Confidence and positive self-esteem can help navigate today’s challenges that all leaders face.read more
Growing Leaders at the 25th Kelly McGillis Classic International Women and Girls’ Flag Football Championship!
Last month I was invited with Maria Garcia to speak at the 25th Kelly McGillis Classic International Women and Girls’ Flag Football Championship in Key West Florida.read more
Your True Nature. What makes you who you really are? Each and every one of us has a unique essence, meaning your true self. The environment that we grow up in has a great impact on this. For some, it has masked or even changed our true essence. We adapt to the way things are […]read more
The economy is sustained by investments. There are an array of types of investments in the world. People normally invest in things that are necessities or luxuries. People invest in buying a home, boat, luxury vehicle, even planes. People even invest in taking time off to vacation. Some invest in their bodies by joining […]read more