I am honored to be the 2017-18 President of WEPAN, the Women in Engineering ProActive Network. I know I follow a brilliant group of Past Presidents who have gone before me. Incredible high heels to fill. Many thanks to Dr. Mary Juhas and Dr. Teri Reed who have mentored me this past year. I look forward to good things. #WEPANForum2017
What we believe dictates the direction of our lives. Our beliefs about work and success determine the choices we make. Just as with other areas of our lives, some of the things we are told to believe about success are not always true. Indeed, some philosophies have grown into wildly popular and distorted, closely held myths. Common myths about professional success are:
When these and other myths about success are released from the mind, there is room to create positive personal definitions for success. Examples might include:
(This is Installment #4 from THE REST STOP. )
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Join us at The Rest Stop for 2017 as we review ten ways to Stress Less. This week's topic is REST.
Every living thing on the face of the earth rests and recognizes that rest is an integral healthy part of the cycle of life. Trees hibernate in the winter for a reason. It enables them to store energy to produce the next season of fruit. Only people think they don’t need rest.
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While this is not yet my backyard view, it is important to remember to find beauty in every day, where ever you are. A flower, a snowflake, a smile, a color you never noticed before, all of these are reminders of the infinite number of positive possibilities there are in Life. Every day brings something new if we choose to see it.
Today I choose not to embrace negative energy. While yesterday did not go my way, I cannot lay down and die. There's still so much work to be done. Yesterday taught me that all of us have a hand in shaping the future, and it is still possible for the most unlikely things to happen. So- I'm going to work, and I just put on my good pearls. I decided that it's going to be a good day.
But when I look back, way down the road,
I can see the next generation,
and they are strong,
because their backs are not broken,
because we built them a sidewalk,
with the hand rail,
and wide paved roads,
with accurate maps and GPS,...
As it turns out, Everyday is more often than I think.
It is ongoing, to do something Everyday,
every 24 hours, every time you look up,
every time you awake, if you live...
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