Don't be afraid of owning your distinctness.
This time of year, graduates everywhere are making the move from the institution of education to the great wide world. They're starting businesses, joining existing ones, and embarking on careers in public service. It's an exciting time when we all have the opportunity to inspire and be inspired.
I've had the honor of working with thousands of people through the years, specifically helping them find their place in the world. Each and every one of those people has imparted wisdom about life, leadership, and success to me that I could not have attained on my own.
Here are the best insights I've gathered over the years that I now share with the next generation of leaders--and everyone else seeking to find a place in life and business.
Take a good look at your selfie.
It's the selfie generation, right? But who is that in the goofy picture you just posted? The most important question anybody can ask him- or herself is, "Who am I?" What's important to you? At what do you excel? The more you're able to focus on and work within your strengths and on what gives you energy, the happier and more successful you are likely to be.
(Stay Tuned for the Series)
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"Did We Just Have A Good Meeting? I'm Not Sure." (2): VitalTalks, Clarity & Ineffective Meetings
"Did We Just Have A Good Meeting? I'm Not Sure." (3a): VitalTalks, Vital Behavior & Persuasion
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"Highly Productive, Stress Reducing" Approach to Organizational Development
Adopting and Adapting to the Virtual Workforce by Mark Miller, Emergenetics (Part 1)
Adopting & Adapting to the Virtual Workforce (Part 2) by Mark Miller, Emergenetics
7 Steps to Make Your Meetings Count
Achievement Through Performance Advancements
A Collaborative Workforce Starts with Collaborative Leadership