Ever feel like your neurons are stuck in a negative feedback loop? You’re obsessed with a relationship gone wrong, or stuck in an endless argument with your best friend, or you can’t stop thinking about that video game you spend too much time playing. Spiraling thoughts sap away productivity. You know you should stop, but like a bathroom scale that keeps pointing to 5 instead of 0, you can’t seem to get your thoughts in balance. Time to pull back, slow down and recalibrate your neurons. Here’s how:
We are proud to present the Fall 2017 Scholarships and Awards recipients!
We are thrilled to announce our guests for the Spring 2018 Speaker Broadcast season. We look forward to these speakers motivating our members, providing a call to action to serve their communities and driving them towards their passions!
Spring 2018 Speaker Broadcast lineup details:
Some practical ways for students to manage stress and get things done.
Game of Thrones is a massive cultural phenomenon. By some accounts, it is responsible for close to $1 billion in revenue growth (after all, some actors earn close to $500,000 per episode). At the same time, the show generates a slew of thought pieces, from plain-vanilla recaps to longform pieces analyzing the social and political climate of Westeros.
As we launch into the new school year, we are thrilled to share the fall lineup for our National Speaker Broadcasts. We look forward to these speakers motivating our members, providing a call to action to serve their communities and driving them towards their passions!
Do you know what to do as a leader when you're suddenly under fire? Here's a guide from someone who led in a real firefight.
Strong leadership may be the most essential aspect of any group; public or private, corporate or nonprofit. Without quality at the top, it’s hard to make the rest work properly. Of course, part of being a successful and effective leader means knowing what is going on at all levels of your company. A leader can be proficient in all fields, but if they don’t have the trust of their employees, the company is going nowhere.
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