Jan Haeg: “Take time to reflect”

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In this rural area on the outstreets of Constanza, there was no school for the children to attend. She attended South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD where she graduated with a degree in clothing and textiles. Take time to reflect. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Corali Lopez-Castro of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton: “Retail has been in a tailspin for some time”

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“Retail has been in a tailspin for some time. In 2006, Cori was elected the second woman president of the Cuban American Bar Association, the largest voluntary bar association in Florida. When I attended Brown University in 1984, I took an engineering class.

Luis and Kristen Chevere: “Trust”

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When Luis was a senior in high school he started working part time at a salon as part of a work program through his school. In 2006 she attended cosmetology school. Don’t look at it as failure, look at it as a learning lesson for the next time you attempt that specific challenge.

Randall Kaplan of Akamai Technologies: “You’re going to see hotels develop more touchless technology to avoid touching common areas”

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In 2006, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law presented Randall with the school’s first Distinguished Entrepreneur Award. With my career off to a terrible start, I decided it was time to try to switch gears. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Rising Star Freddy Giorlando: Why We Need The #BeLoveGiveLove Movement Now

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After high school around 2006, I came to the realization that college wasn’t for me and I soon dropped out after one term. For the first time, maybe ever, I had no idea what direction my life was headed in. Her support knows no schedule or time limit.

Sian Young: “Plan plan plan, plan your week”

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Spending some time as a single mother I had to strategise how to achieve my business dreams while nurturing my child and showing him it doesn’t matter the cards you are dealt. According to a 2006 Pew Research Report report, 26% of women and 21% of men feel that they are “always rushed”.

Evan Weinberger of Illuminos: “Break the daunting project down into more manageable chunks”

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At the same time, they have the ability to say “Done is Better Than Perfect” and just complete and wrap up a project. The core components include helping students with organization, time management, and influencing the perceptions of others. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Lauren Kennedy of Coastal Consulting: “Compassion fatigue exists in all industries facing emotional and physical burnout”

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As part of our series about the “ Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times ”, we had the pleasure of interviewing Lauren Kennedy. Thank you so much for your time! So, it was time to rethink my future again. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Practice Empathy”, Gunter Swoboda and Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated

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Their experience of themselves was less defended than mine and most of the time more authentic. Unfortunately, I could attend because I had no entrance qualifications. There are a number of things my wife and I are working on at the present time. Practice Empathy.

Larry Sutton of RNR Tire Express: “Don’t take yourself too seriously”

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Work smart enough and delegate in order to take time for yourself and your family. In 2006, he received the Association of Progressive Rental Organizations Lifetime Achievement Award. He plays golf, likes to attend concerts, but his main interest is “RNR.

Brandon Stewart of Starboard Investments: “It can be very challenging to coach employees to be customer focused”

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Brandon spent most of his childhood just outside of Atlanta and graduated from the University of Georgia in 2006 with a degree in finance. I was working at a private equity firm at the time and had the opportunity to work directly with some of the CEOs and CFOs of our portfolio companies.

Terron Sims II: “Maintain a positive attitude”

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“There are times when the greatest causes you may one day fight are not your own, but the causes of others”?—?Terron From birth to high school graduation, I lived in California and Virginia twice, Louisiana, Texas, and part-time in North Carolina when my dad was a company commander.

“Lead with confidence” With Brian Natwick

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As part of my series about the “Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Brian Natwick. Brian previously served as President of the Multifamily business and joined Crescent Communities in 2006.

Vicki and Fred Modell: “Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass… it’s about learning to dance in the rain”

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The Jeffrey Modell Foundation has organized more than 50 scientific symposia worldwide, attended by hundreds of researchers and clinicians from over sixty countries. Advocating one state at a time, JMF implemented population-based SCID newborn screening in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

“Learn more!” With Charlie Katz & John Gamboa

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While attending UC Berkeley, he started doing community activities around racial discrimination. Since 2006, John has served as President of the Board of Directors of California Community Builders (CCB) alongside colleagues from Greenlining. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Madelyn Victoria: “Diversity is definitely a beautiful thing”

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In 2006, she undertook training with Barbizon School of Talent in Dallas to perfect her showmanship and presentation. It was my first time experiencing a big production show, including their high-end security. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Benjamin Yoskovitz of Highline Beta: “Believe in Yourself”

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I fell into entrepreneurship somewhat by accident while attending McGill University in Montreal. Incidentally, I finished my university degree (a Bachelor of Science in Psychology), while simultaneously working on my company at the time. A few things happened at the same time.

Danny Kofke: “Just keep swimming”

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But sometimes disruptions can be times of opportunity. But some saw this as an opportune time to take their lives in a new direction. We valued experiences and time spent together over stuff. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Mike Blair of Barnabus: “People are really nice”

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However, over time I started to ask for support on more things and I got an overwhelmingly positive response. Outside of this, Mike loves to play football and debate politics with anyone who will give him the time of day. But as I reflected on this over time, it doesn’t make sense.

Mackenzie Anderson of ‘Hope Loves Company’: “Never let anyone tell you that you can’t do something”

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Some of her most recent honors include being selected as a Forbes Under 30 Scholar and attending Harvard Business School’s pre-MBA program. For the first time, I met other people affected by ALS. For the first time, I met other child caregivers.

Carole Diarra: “Be open to changing your mindset and take unexpected opportunities”

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Later on, I attended Duke University, where I studied abroad in Central America and developed an awakening and desire to see women uplifted everywhere. I moved to France in 2006 to work at the headquarters of L’Oreal. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Larry Shiller: “Our country is entrepreneurial”

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In 2006, Larry founded the Rising Stars Foundation which has funded and awarded college scholarships to exceptional students, worked to empower our next generation of leaders, and brought Montessori philosophy and learning to countless homeschool, charter school, and special needs students.

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Lisa Pongrass of Canvas & Hyde: ?Encouragement is so empowering; When other people believe in you and what you are doing it?s a lot easier to believe in yourself?

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In 2006, Lisa was named in Harper’s Bazaar’s 100 Best-Dressed Australians, recognized for her “classic” style — a category that has been the mainstay of her direction and inspiration for Canvas & Hyde. KEEP TIME FOR YOURSELF. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Leadership visibility” With Charlie Katz & Chuck Stokes

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As part of my series about the “Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Chuck Stokes, BSN, MHA, FACHE. Thank you so much for your time! Turbulent times brings out the best in leadership and people.

Travis Arnold: “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got”

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Prior to becoming president and CEO of Feed the Children, Arnold served as the president of FTC Transportation from 2002 to 2006. He served as Feed the Children’s chief operating officer from 2006 to 2017. One of my most profound experiences with Feed the Children was the first time I attended a Homeless Education and Literacy Program (H.E.L.P.) At any given time, there are more than 2.5 Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Sheila Donohue of Vero: “I have a lawyer I’m in touch with regularly”

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This is my first time as an entrepreneur and that advice has been very important to me. Having a full-time job in Fintech, was a side passion?—?and When I was in sommelier school in Italy in 2006, that’s the one thing they didn’t teach us. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Emily Perbellini of LaserAway: “Creating a sense of camaraderie and collaboration between remote clinicians nationwide”

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In 2000, I attended nursing school at University of Texas Medical Branch and then practiced as a women’s health RN in Houston for about 2 years before moving to Los Angeles in 2006. mostly because of the different time zones! Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Ofer Israeli of Illusive Networks: “People are everything”

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In a previous life, I spent some time researching quantum mechanics, where many worlds co-exist and eventually in our interaction with the world, we “see” only one option. I can’t refer to it as a point, as that would imply a point in time. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Be deliberate, disciplined and focused” with Tom Lawyer of Transwestern Commercial Services

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After a short time there, I was hooked on the business and knew it was going to be my lifelong career. According to a 2006 Pew Research Report , 26% of women and 21% of men feel that they are “always rushed.” Being rushed or feeling pressured for time impacts how we feel and act.

Kim Overton: “Laughter is such good medicine!”

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In 2006, Overton went for a run with no place to comfortably store her essentials. This will save you time and money and will yield results rather than throwing money into the wind and hoping it works. We both attended race expos selling SPIbelts in the beginning, divvying them up between the two of us traveling coast to coast. My brother had another job at the time and I convinced him to quit and join me. Community Authority Magazine WonderLaugh daily.

Tara Kelly: “Be prepared to make tough decisions”

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You’ll never get to a WOW customer experience without sacrificing either time or the budget on some level. Tara founded SPLICE Software in 2006 on the foundation of using data for good. Community Authority Magazine WonderBe prepared to make tough decisions.

The Social Impact Heroes of Social Media: with Chris Strub the ‘Giving Day Guy’

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I landed my first ‘real’ job at a newspaper in Binghamton, NY, in 2006 — right at the forefront of the Facebook era. I can laugh now, but it wasn’t funny at the time, with my brain feeling like Jell-O as I cruised down I-95, south of Hartford, back to Long Island.

Jody Farley: “Life doesn’t stop with a cancer diagnosis”

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Making positive memories possible and being surrounded by a strong support team during trying times is essential to a child’s future. Since 2006, devoted to the memory of Jody’s friend, Michelle Singleton, the organization has supported over 750 single parents undergoing cancer treatment and more than 2,000 children, sometimes supporting more than 50 families a month. I had two small children at the time as well. Time to raise some funds.

Jason Redman: “You need to take care of yourself”

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Jason Redman is a retired Navy SEAL and NY Times bestselling author of The Trident and Overcome. I saw heavy combat in Iraq in 2007 where I was critically wounded after being shot eight times by a machine gun during an enemy ambush and nearly dying. The time to move is now.

Terry Young: “Be an authentic expert”

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Terry is a preeminent speaker and commentator on all that will shape the future, and his views and insights are often featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, and Forbes. Sometimes we only need to ignite the fire, and other times it takes an entire ecosystem to galvanize real impact.