Never Underestimate the Value of Teamwork

The last few days have been more manic than usual in both my personal and professional life. Due to work commitments over the past week, I found myself having to travel around five hours a day to get to and from where I needed to be in order to get my job done. This is…

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Patience & Impatience – Who are you mostly?

Patience is a word so easily used but so often it’s not practiced. I would like to think I am a very patient person, but I can think of so many examples that demonstrates otherwise. I believe it natural to be impatient at times. We are emotional beings and when we feel frustrated, we can…

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Being an Ethical & Successful Manager

“If you are guided by a spirit of transparency, it forces you to operate with a spirit of ethics. Success comes from simplifying complex issues, addressing problems head-on, be truthful and transparent. If you open yourself up to scrutiny, it forces you to a higher standard. I believe you should deliver on your promise. Promise…

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Faith

Faith is a term that means different things to different people.  Faith is probably most commonly thought of from a religious perspective – believing and trusting in a particular system of religious belief. Then there is keeping the faith (having trust in the fact) -or in the dark times trying to- that things will work…

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Authenticity – Nobody except you can define you for you…

To be authentic is to be genuine, original and real. I have had many interactions where people feel authenticity to self is not an option, given the pressure to be a certain way in our ever-changing world. I, however, believe it more critical than ever before to be your authentic self because of the world…

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Speaking from the Heart

Are you the kind of person who always speaks from your heart? Or, are you the kind of person that prefers to keep your honest thoughts and feelings to yourself? Think about a time when you spoke truthfully about something affecting you at home. Then, think about a time when you needed to speak truthfully…

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