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timage
Eagle, ID
Interests: writing, public speaking, graphic design, networking
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I can't wait for Sarah to come to NNU!!
Toggle Commented Jul 29, 2013 on Sarah's College Visit at The Roberts in Korea
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This is good. I work with student leaders on a daily basis. I do my best to create space for them to fail because they learn and r-e-m-e-m-b-e-r the lessons they learned from their failures and mistakes.
Toggle Commented Aug 2, 2011 on The Leadership Theory Lack at Next Level Blog
Great insights from the Dalai Lama. Stuff you wouldn't normally note about him, yet it really shows the human side of his role. Thanks for sharing! I just tweeted the link out for all to enjoy!
I'm a longtime fan and consumer of Starbucks coffee. Whenever I see the logo, I start to salivate and am willing to walk through a maze to get a cup of coffee. I know the Starbucks mark when I see it - but when I see it...I see "Starbucks Coffee." It wasn't until I sat down and really looked at the logo that I recognized the mermaidish siren. All that to say, I think Starbucks will have to do some work for those who aren't as familiar with the brand to identify the simplified mark for what it is. My wish is that they'd simplify the prices as well as the promotion.
I love posts like these that take real life situations (from sports!) and pull out real life lessons. I wish I could remember which coach stated, "You have to have a great coach and great players if you're gonna win in this league. You can't just have great players and an okay coach or a great coach and okay players." I think this example shows how a coach can go from great to okay if things like pride gets in the way or power goes to one's head. With the Redskins having a bye week, this issue is not going to go away anytime soon.
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Greetings studentlinc readers: This is an update to let you know what's going on with this website and my own investment in it. Many of you have been longtime readers and a great support to the tools, resources, and articles... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2010 at studentlinc
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Mar 15, 2010
You could write a post that contains all of the statements and quotes in this video, but it would lose it's power and punch. I love what they've done here. Everything sounds better with a powerful soundtrack backing it up!... Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2010 at studentlinc
If I had an unlimited supply of dominoes and a week of free time - I could come up with some pretty cool displays of momentum-toppling goodness. But it wouldn't be nearly as cool as the latest effort from the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2010 at studentlinc
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Math was never one of my best subjects. I took Calculus in college for one day. It was a complete foreign language to me. I quickly dropped the class and headed toward something more...well...basic. But there are still things I... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2010 at studentlinc
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Nobody likes to confront someone else. The word "confrontation" sounds so...confrontational. But if you've found yourself in a leadership position, you've probably found yourself in a situation where someone needed to be confronted. Maybe it was over unmet expectations, unfulfilled... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2010 at studentlinc
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There is no greater need for leadership than at a point of crisis. Haiti has just experienced a horrific tragedy. A devastating earthquake has killed hundreds of thousands. They need more than leadership, they need our prayers and our help.... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2010 at studentlinc
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In the latest issue of Leadership Wired, a monthly leadership newsletter from Dr. John Maxwell and Giant Impact, there is a sobering article about the vital connection between one's character and momentum. Reflecting on the recent turmoil surrounding Tiger Woods,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2010 at studentlinc
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My good friend, Timothy Johnson, is releasing his third book today. And it's really good. SWAT - Seize The Accomplishment If you are a fan of a compelling story, with twists and conflict, that teaches you something throughout - you... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2010 at studentlinc
Lifehacker's Jason Fitzpatrick has created an excellent list of tools you may or may not be using with that laptop you own. He writes... Despite the proliferation of laptops and netbooks, the vast majority of students still use their computers... Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2010 at studentlinc
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I walked past one of my student leaders today. I asked him how things were going. He responded that he felt like he could use another week. (classes start in less than a week). As I thought about his response,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2010 at studentlinc
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This is the most heavily downloaded resource off of the studentlinc site. Tweaks for 2010+ COLOR! + Slight format to DATE section at the top to write in the WEEK OF. + Added descriptions to the SCHEDULE and ROLES sections.... Continue reading
Posted Jan 5, 2010 at studentlinc
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Some of my friends think I'm a bit of a cynic when the New Year rolls around. I think it's because I tend to hold a negative view of resolutions, goals, and promises made on the first day of a... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2010 at studentlinc
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This is an 82 page eBook with more than 70 contributors. Each one of them have provided one word (along with a short 200 word essay on that word) that they think matters now. Download the PDF file (3 MB)... Continue reading
Posted Dec 14, 2009 at studentlinc
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Now is a great time to evaluate yourself. You are in a place where you've created enough experience to look back and you have enough time still to look ahead. While you may have been placed in your student leadership... Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2009 at studentlinc
Looking for potential leaders? Excellent article over at Learn This The patterns that emerged were often surprising even to the researchers. The researchers determined that great leaders were passionate about doing what was best for their companies. This drive for... Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2009 at studentlinc
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It's ready and available for student leaders! The Studentlinc Core Leadership Training Book is completed. This has been a slow learning process for me as these lessons have evolved from material that I use to teach and train student leaders... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2009 at studentlinc
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Here in 2009, there are still some students who use email. Or at least the schools they attend still use it. One of the quickest ways to get people to ignore your message on my campus is to begin the... Continue reading
Posted Dec 2, 2009 at studentlinc
The Dumb Little Man blog has an excellent article on 7 Signs Of A Leader, which he entitles a "must read." Guest author, Mr. SelfDevelopment, writes the following at the start of the article... We all need leaders in our... Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2009 at studentlinc
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Soon! Soon! Soon! Great news for those of you looking to put practical, easy-to-use student leadership training in the hands of your students. I've recently re-written and re-formatted the Studentlinc Core Leadership Training into an actual book! The lessons are... Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2009 at studentlinc