Motivational Challenge

Monthly Challenge for April

Posted on: March 30th, 2014

Identifying your signature: With various daily, weekly, and monthly themes we see, the beginning of spring has a unique meaning because it reinforces my passion for growth and it sparks my admiration for nature. My top three themes for April are: Stress Awareness Month Lawn and Garden Month National Poetry Month With this, it is Read more…

Monthly Challenge for March

Posted on: March 2nd, 2014

Theme: Student leadership. This month, we focus on our youth by stressing the importance of leadership competencies. The word “competency” is defined as “having an ability to do something that is measured against a standard”. I believe that by orienting our youth in this area, we are enabling them to understand, assess, and develop skills Read more…

Monthly Challenge for February

Posted on: February 1st, 2014

Family Oneness, Building Our Youth: If the youth of today seems lost, it is because we as adults should be doing more too constructive engage and guide them. The train is in motion and standing along the tracks as a critic will not ensure the load arrives at the desired location, on time, and intact. Read more…

Monthly Challenge for January

Posted on: January 1st, 2014

A worthy resolution for 2014: As with each New Year, there are resolutions that are centered on personal, family, or career enhancements. According to the University of Scranton, 45% of Americans make a New Year’s resolutions and a mere 8% actually achieve them. This month, make it a point to channel the content of your focus by Read more…