Monthly Archives: February 2016

Sparking Leadership

I recently have had the opportunity to participate in the Spark Leadership Series through Central Michigan University’s Leadership Institute.  Spark was a four week long series in which we met once a week on Thursday nights for two hours.  During … Continue reading

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Why Statement: My Statement

“Inspire others to live with passion and never take anything for granted.” How do I live my life?  Why do I do what I do?  I exist to make a difference in the world.  The thing that I value most … Continue reading

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What You Do Proves What You Believe

“How Great Leaders Inspire Action” is a Ted Talk given by Simon Sinek.  This talk brings up a unique perspective about the motivations of effective leaders.  One key concept that I found very interesting was Sinek’s “Golden Circle.”  This circle … Continue reading

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The Winter Games

The week of the 2016 Special Olympic Winter Games is a week I will never forget.  This was my first time volunteering to be a part of the games, and I cannot stress enough how blessed I am to have been … Continue reading

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Yea, or Nay?

I have recently been faced with a unique question: “Does leadership come from a ‘Yes’ or a ‘No’?”  The reason that I find this question so interesting is that it can be interpreted in two very different ways.  For example, one way to … Continue reading

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