According to Wikipedia, Saint Patrick was a fifth-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. Yesterday, March 17th (the supposed date of Saint Patrick’s death), people around the world celebrated the work of Saint Patrick through the wearing of green, eating and drinking green food and drink, and pretending to be Irish.
This year, I decided to study the life of Saint Patrick to see what I could learn about the Saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick was an interesting man, to say the least.
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Below, I will share with you a few of the leadership lessons I took away from my quick study of Saint Patrick. I hope you find him as interesting as I did!
Leadership Lessons From Saint Patrick
1. Imagery is important:
One of the legends about Saint Patrick claims he used a shamrock to teach the doctrine of the Trinity. He showed the people of Ireland a shamrock. Read more...
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OMG – what are we gonna do it’s the [fill in the global problem plaguing society now].
Ok so welcome back to the show where humans freak out. Put it in a timeline and you’ll get a really interesting drama type movie or in retrospect a mix of a comedy-horror (think https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scary_Movie )
Not looking to downplay anything, the virus is real and there are those affected. At the same time, certainly in the age of social media, the proportion of how bad it really is far more hyped than the plagues of yesteryear.
Other than quarantine what can we do to maintain the peace?
Social media leaders influencers, it’s time to take a stand! While it’s easy and perhaps more “popular” to say how bad things are, stop and get together and point to how things are serious but it’s not the apocalypse, and there is still good in the world. Read more...
I’m always excited to hear when another comic book related movie is coming out. I was no less excited to hear Bloodshot had begun filming and Vin Diesel was attached to play the main character.
Bloodshot is a character in the Valiant comic book universe. His first appearance was in an obscure comic, Rai #0. To see the Valiant Universe brought to life was most excellent.
The excitement didn’t die down when the movie released either. I was able to catch the early Thursday showing of the movie. It did not disappointment.
Vin Diesel as Ray Garrisson
Vin Diesel as Ray Garrison, a slain soldier who is re-animated with super-human powers, discovers he’s being manipulated by RST (Rising Sun Technologies, a nod to the comic book), the organization that brought him back to life. Dr. Emil Harting (Guy Pierce), the head of the project, has been changing Ray’s memories. He’s been sent to do the dirty work by making him think the bad guy is the one who killed his wife… Read more...
I’ve shared a lot about change. You know change is going to happen. You know you have to be okay with change happening…
But one thing I haven’t shared a lot about is what you can do, as a leader, about change. We’re going to lot at the things a leader can do to embrace change.
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These are habits and actions that will help you overcome your resistance to change and to grow your organization. You won’t be left holding the change basket anymore. You’ll be the one sprinkling change like a fairy.
6 Ways Leaders Embrace Change
1. Be A Listener:
One of the fastest ways to become a leader who embraces change is to become a listener. As you practice the art of listening, you begin to hear things you used to miss. Read more...
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The healthcare industry is forever growing and as the baby boomer population ages, and more people get insurance, the demand for healthcare is also expected to continue growing rapidly.
If you’re a health care practitioner who’s dreaming of having your own piece of the pie, meeting the demand for good quality care, then following the tips below could help you to realize your goal of starting and maintaining a practice of your own.
Build A Great Team
One of the best resources you can have to hand when you are starting your practice is having an experienced team of advisors. You should try to build a start-up team of professionals who already have healthcare experience, and will be able to help you make informed decisions. They may even be able to have an input in things like finance, marketing, and the operations of the practice. Having a team that has already networked in the industry could be a great advantage for you when starting out. Read more...