Hoping this day gives you patience for the gifts that will come and develop over time. While answers and direction are often provided, they may not reveal themselves when we want them to.
Great thoughts from a loving, supportive, charismatic, and dynamic mentor - Roz Usheroff. I had the privilege of meeting her this past week at a leadership conference in Philadelphia for the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association. It is a must share:
• Be true to your true talents. If your natural gifts are not a focal point of your career, then you must reassess your strategies and focus.
• Surround yourself with people who will champion you. This includes coaches, mentors, role models, and good friends.
• Adopt an attitude of gratitude and true humility. No one gets ahead without the help of others and without helping others.
• Look at failure as an opportunity to get a free education. Learn how to rise above the obstacles.
• Take time to celebrate all the small things. Your character isnot defined during the happy times but rather during those times when the roadblocks seem permanent.
• Leave a legacy that honors you as a person, a colleague, a friend, a loved one, a parent, a humanitarian, and a person of substance.
• If you only measure yourself by the money you make and your job title, you will always shortchange your fulfillment.
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Blessings and Namaste,