Seven years ago as my mother faced an illness that eventually took her life, I asked the following: “What lesson have learned about life that I should share with others?”
She smiled and said, “that’s easy…be kind to people as you go up in life because you will pass the same people on your way down.”
Her wisdom was amazing. Imagine if leaders today heeded her advice? What would the world be like? I don’t know, but one thing I know for sure is that it would be better than today.
My mother was my first mentor. She passed away in 2014 and I remember so many of the mentoring sessions that we had during my adult years. Shortly before her death, she gave me three things to always remember: 1) Never forget where you came from, 2) Always treat people with respect and 3) AlwRead More
Reflecting on several decades of goal setting across 7 industries, 14 positions for profit and non profit organizations...I've come to realize that the most important aspect of chasing a dream is the not the fulfillment of the dream....it's the chase itself. Don't get me wrong, the rush of stRead More
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