And with that, we see the second month of 2016 end.
It really seems like each month is passing by quicker and quicker. That’s why it’s important to know what you’re working towards.
Me? I’m working towards providing readers a great place to get leadership content and to hear the voices of leadership talk about their expertise.
How am I doing? That’s why I take the time to go back over the previous month and do a blog review. Let’s check out how February fared.
1. 10 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From The Intern
2. 20 Encouraging Bible Verses For Young Leaders
3. 22 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Creed
4. 17 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Pixar’s Inside Out
5. 25 Leadership Quotes From Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Read more...
Wow! Can you believe we’ve hit the end of 2015 and entered 2016?
I still feel like 2015 just started. I can’t believe we’ve begun a new year.
As I get older, the years seem to go by faster and faster. This makes me cognizant of the fact that I need to be intentional on where my time goes each day/week/month/year.
It’s important. And I can’t get that time back.
Are you aware of this fact? What are you doing to make sure you’re making the best of each moment of your life?
With my awareness of time passing us by, I like to remind myself of that with these monthly reviews. Let’s take a look at how December 2015 went. Read more...
Top Posts Of December 2015
- 10 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From The Intern
The world has changed quite a bit over the last 20 to 30 years. Views held by teenagers are not the same views you or I held when we were younger.
In fact, their beliefs vary widely and contrast sharply with what previous generations grew up with.
A survey taken in 2010 asked those under the age of 18 to share their thoughts on the world. What they said shocked me and, I believe, may shock you.
What Young People Believe
81% believe it is not okay to break the law, even if no one is hurt: If I had conducted this survey, I would not have expected this result. My opinion had been that most people would be okay with breaking the law, as long as no one was hurt.
This statistic about what young people believe says otherwise. Overwhelmingly, young people believe in obeying the laws. Read more...