Do you have a longing for your career to be significant? You want to make a contribution, to be a part of something noble and purposeful? Are you like many people who wrongly believe significance is unattainable?
Recently my granddaughter and I where on our way to the movies, and we were listening to her favorite radio station. After playing a song, they spent the next 10 minutes talking about New Year’s resolutions.
When they finished, my granddaughter turned to me and asked “Grandmother what are your new year’s resolution?
I was blessed with the privilege of teaching John Maxwell success principles at the USF National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) General Meeting. Thank you NSBE!
Creating Career Success
“12 Daily Practices to Guarantee Tomorrow’s Success”
Career success is a process rather than an achievement. This process advises you to concentrate on the day at hand rather than looking in the rear-view mirror or gazing too far into the future.
In my current leadership role I frequently have the opportunity to speak with parents. Everyone desire’s their children be accomplished and successful. While they never use the term “legacy”, it is an ideal woven into every conversation. It is natural for parents as they reach the latter stages in their life to reflect on their impact on their children’s lives and how they will be remembered by their family.