Communicating or Connecting?
by Sarah Johnson In the digital world we live in, it is easy to forget that communicating is not connecting. Communication is essentially sharing a message or a transfer of information. If you are only communicating, you will feel a distance or separation. You can communicate without connecting. Connecting is only about 7% words. The […]
Educators Matter More Than We Think!
by Sarah Johnson “It’s interesting that so much public debate centers around celebrities, athletes and even politicians serving as role models. The truth is, outside of their own home, one of the biggest role models in a young person’s life is standing at the front of the classroom.” Here are some undeniable statistics: (Results according […]
How to Spice Up Your Resume!
by Amanda Bursach Times New Roman or Arial are always great options. Proof-read all writing before saving your document to avoid grammatical or spelling errors. Have a LinkedIn profile? Attach the link! Before applying for a new job, update your resume with the skills you developed from your most recent employment. Read your resume out loud to […]
Personal Mission Statements
by Scarlett Uribe This week in my finding purpose class we were given an assignment to write our personal statements, which sparked a 40 minute conversation on their purpose and usefulness. I wanted to dive a bit deeper into this and found a great, easy-read article on Indeed. I wanted to share my findings with […]
Types of Intelligence
“According to Psychologists, there are four types of Intelligence: 1) Intelligence Quotient (IQ) 2) Emotional Quotient (EQ) 3) Social Quotient (SQ) 4) Adversity Quotient (AQ) 1. Intelligence Quotient (IQ): this is the measure of your level of comprehension. You need IQ to solve math’s, memorize things, and recall lessons. 2. Emotional Quotient (EQ): this is […]