Professional Image – Strategic Planning – Hard Work – Legacy Building All are important qualities for CEO’s, managers, and interns alike. Each of these characteristics also apply to President Barack Obama. On January 10, 2017, President Barack Obama will return home to Chicago to deliver his Farewell Address. I am filled with […]
Happy New Year’s Eve Eve! At the end of each year I take time to reflect and plan. I often write blogs about the lessons I learned during the year. This year has been a year unlike any other. It was tough in many ways both personally and professionally. This year there weren’t new […]
My mantra for 2016 was Commit, Focus, Thrive. One of the things that I have loved to do since I was a little girl is read. Reading forces me to be quiet, focused, and intentional. Reading for pleasure is one of the times I feel most like myself. One of my personal 2016 goals […]
Our annual Pack A Purse Drive allows me to end my year with a sense of love, belonging, and dedication. The closer we get to the Christmas holiday and the start of the new year, the more time I spend in reflection and self-evaluation. What I know for sure is that life should be […]
Nearly a decade ago I realized that I had begun to “nag” my teenage daughter. It may be considered normal for parents but it is not someting that either of us enjoyed. It isn’t a productive method to discipline, motivate, or encourage. Soon thereafter, I began to replace the nagging with brief statements – […]
Because I have election fatigue I want to share this video with you. “I Smile” by Kirk Franklin I don’t know if your candidate won or loss but America, it’s time to let the healing begin. We have work to do!
Make the Impossible Possible: One Man’s Crusade to Inspire Others to Dream Bigger and Achieve the Extraordinary book is a great read for interns and internship managers. It is a blueprint for what is possible when we believe, focus, commit, collaborate, and persevere. The social worker in could barely contain my enthusiasm as I […]