Should be required reading for leaders, change agents and those who forgot that change means letting go.
Mastering The Difficult Art Of Letting GoLetting go is a difficult skill that requires deep self-awareness, willpower, and repeated practice.
Getting started on my new tile sets with @SymbalooEDU & converting from more ppt’s to @prezi for #hs158 this fall
Had seen this a few weeks ago & liked; Clickable Periodic Table of Tropes is the Holy Grail of Storytelling Resources http://ow.ly/yPRIy
A pal of mine who did the incredible rewrite on my cv and overall sounding board has his coaching facebook page Manefesting Brilliance up too.
His webiste at http://www.theresumeshopink.com/coaching-services.html is worth a review if you are needing some professional repackaging.
He just shared this as well-
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More stuff to keeps us relevent with the “short attention span theater” generation.
From the Gov Exec newsletter:
Older workers can maintain their value in the workforce by staying relevant.
Learn, unlearn and relearn. The ever-shifting sands of technology pose a special challenge for older workers. Younger professionals not only grew up working and entertaining themselves with screens, they also learned to adapt to technological leaps. A program you learn today may not be relevant in a few years, so keep an open and flexible mind.
Be R-E-L-E-V-A-N-T. Take this mnemonic device to heart: Risk, Experiment, Listen and learn, Engage, Value, have an Attitude of gratitude, say No to negativity, and invest Time. This is an ongoing, evolving note to keep in your mind no matter your professional situation. I’ve been around a lot of charismatic and effervescent folks in their 70s and 80s who are still successful and growing, both on a personal and business level. The acronym encompasses the ideas that promote a proactive life.
Answer the question, “What resonates with you?” This is a deceptively deep question when you apply it to your life’s trajectory. If life hasn’t turned out to be what you expected it would 30 years ago, then it’s time to recalibrate how you see yourself, especially as a perpetual pre-retiree. If you’re not sure of how you see yourself in today’s setting, start with what the spiritual writer Joseph Campbell called the “moving power of your life,” which can be sensed by the things that resonate within you. The things that resonate within you, such as an unusual book, may just be the compass you need to find your way.