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Whether the failure was missing a crucial deadline or losing a significant account, leaders and managers should take the following seven steps to turn this negative into something significantly more positive

We are thrilled to announce our guests for the Fall 2018 Speaker Broadcast season. 

Ever had that feeling of doubt that just pops into your mind when you need to think most clearly? Or that niggly voice that keeps whispering that you’re not good enough, or that you really don’t know what you’re doing, especially when you really need to stay motivated? Or you might be making fantastic progress until you start to question yourself, making it a bit more challenging to get going again

Why asking the right questions is so important, and how to do it By: Dr

Nearly six in 10 college students would protest publicly for a cause they care about, according to a survey conducted over the last three weeks that highlighted college students’ beliefs surrounding political, social and environmental issues

Volunteeer for Others But Also for Yourself   Did you know that we, as a society, value volunteers so much that we even put a monetary value on their time? In fact, our volunteer work may be more valuable than our regular work!   The Independent Sector, an organization that gathers tons of statistics about charitable activities, places an Estimated National Value of Each Volunteer Hour every year

The National Society of Leadership and Success Building leaders who make a better world   Scholarships and Awards Announcement We are proud to present the Spring 2018 Scholarships and Awards recipients!   ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP ($3,000 Each)   Higher education is one of the most valuable investments any individual can make

The deafening roar of the crowd grew steadily louder as I erupted from the woods in third place, two runners fast on my heels. My heart pounded in my ears as I tore up the hill, my legs heavy from exertion. Rounding the crest, my coach shouted above the roar, “400 meters left! GO NOW!”

As the pace started to increase for one final sprint to the finish, old mental patterns set in. I began to fade, giving my competitors a five meter lead.

The colorful flags of the finish line waved in the distance as I gritted my teeth against the pain. Then something amazing happened.

Intuition is our inner voice. We all have it. Learning to listen, develop and follow our intuition gives us a greater advantage in the whirlwind of a world in which we live. It's the ally that has our back. It's as natural to us as breathing, but unfortunately for so many it has been suppressed as we've grown to become such rational, right-brained beings.  We’ve allowed the noise of the world to move us away from our intuition, moving us ever further away from our Inner Guidance System. These noises include: TV, news and various social media venues. By working on developing your intuition you will find yourself more centered, less stressed and more ready to tackle the challenges of the day! And you will find you can trust your Inner Guidance System more and more each day!

It's inevitable. Once March Madness begins, workplace productivity plunges. Office pools and brackets push aside work schedules, and employees spend more time around the water cooler discussing teams and players than working. Bosses tear their hair out trying to get the job done. And forget about fighting it. This is one of the most exciting spectator sports events of the year. Literally millions will watch the country's best college basketball teams fight for dominance and the chance to become this year's NCAA champion.