Success Is What You Leave Behind: Fostering Leadership and Innovation reveals the 14 proven practices that Dr. Cato T. Laurencin has come to rely upon in building his distinguished career as a renowned orthopedic surgeon, biomedical engineer, educator and mentor. Writing with a personal voice, Dr. Laurencin shares stories from his own experiences to reflect the principles he has learned and how one can utilize them in their own career. Among other topics, he discusses how to be a leader, handling challenging moments, fostering creativity and innovation, using skills and successes to help others, and what he's learned from some of the giants in the world of the life sciences and medicine. Shows effective methods for elevating the reader's own capabilities and mentoring others to do the same Offers guidance on how to consider hurdles and approach them so that you can move forward Features insights on fostering innovative ideas and driving change to produce new outcomes
In this inspirational, part-biographical book, motivational speaker, presenter and world-champion athlete Kriss Akabusi takes you through his steps to success - whatever you are aiming for, in whatever arena of life. Success Comes in Cans shows you how you can get 'FIT' for learning: learning to get the most from yourself and your future. Get the most from yourself Live life to the max Be positive and keep learning!
Everyone wants to be a success, but what really is the definition of true success? Is it achieving all your personal goals; attaining the dream job; owning the dream home; and acquiring lots of money, friends, and fame? It turns out that success is God's idea. Following His plan will enable you to live a truly successful and satisfying life. His success formula is the only one that can bring real freedom, peace, fulfillment, prosperity, and ultimately a legacy that ends well. You can live the successful life that God created you for! Open up the pages to this book and find out how! Robynn obtained her Master's Degree in School Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia after receiving a Bachelor's Degree in education from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A former high school science teacher and school counselor, Robynn has spoken in church services and for civic organizations. In addition to speaking, she co-founded The Suede Sofa, with friend Lara Shoup. The Suede Sofa website (www.thesuedesofa.com) began as a blog intended to inspire women. Robynn is a stay-at-home mom of Sophia and Isabella and is married to Scott, a General Surgeon, who practices in his hometown of Chanute, Kansas where the family also lives.
|Release Date||: 1919|
|Pages||: 160 pages|
Arranged under nine thematic topics that include personal testimony, women's roles, and issues of war and peace, this collection presents 126 of Eleanor Roosevelt's articles and speeches, tracing her development as a journalist, politician, activist, diplomat, and educator.