This year I was given the obligation of attending lectures or workshops with topics that pertained to leadership. I say obligation for two reasons: 1. Because it’s a requirement for the protocol of my Leader Advancement Scholarship and 2. Because who wants to go sit through a lecture for fun, they’re always so boring! However,… Continue reading Ssshhhh… Time to Listen!
I am currently enrolled in the course History 110L under the instruction of Professor Catherine Tobin at Central Michigan University. The class meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:00 am in Powers hall. I am taking the class with my Leader Advancement Scholarship cohort and I have to say that if it wasn’t for… Continue reading History 110L Reflection
Ok so in my pre reflection post about Detroit I mentioned all of the things I knew about the city, these are things that I’m sure make up many other peoples list of familiarity with the city of Detroit… what I didn’t realize and therefore was unable to mention, is the vast difference between Detroit’s… Continue reading LAS in the D- Part 2: Post Service Trip!
The Leadership Institute of Central Michigan University brought an interesting speaker to the students, including myself, of the LDR 200 class this past week. Mr. John Bacon traveled to my class to speak to us about his life, leadership and many tips in between. Mr. Bacon was an engaging speaker who used many personal… Continue reading Molders of Cement We Are
Everyone has something they are passionate about, something that makes work feel like play! Often it is easy for us to identify the passions others have simply by watching them light up when they talk about it or observing the enthusiasm they gain when working with that subject! For me, serving along-side someone who… Continue reading Don’t Judge a Class by It’s Curriculum…
Detroit, It’s Michigan’s very own claim to fame; the town has been home to celebrities, one of the largest automakers in the country, trophy winning athletes and an incredibly large population of amazing people. While some of the city’s exterior glamour has faded and the population has decreased, there still remains much of the same… Continue reading LAS in the D – Part 1: Pre Service Trip!
Seth Godin is a bestselling author and great blogger. His posts and pages on http://sethgodin.typepad.com/ are both incredibly smooth to read and thought provoking pieces of writing. Upon perusing his blog I came across a certain blog post from this past December that really struck a chord in me. I have read the occasional quote on Pinterest… Continue reading Compare, Don’t Compete.