character resume challenge week 4

Welcome to Week 4 of the Character Resume Challenge! It’s hard to imagine that there’s only two more “classes” left for the Challenge! Which also means that one-half of your character resume is complete! This week, you’ll identify your Motivators – your Personal Motivators and Workplace Motivators/Identity – and our newest addition to the self-assessment … Continue reading

character resume challenge week 3

It’s Week 3 of the Character Resume Challenge! This week, our focus is on Values! I believe that identifying your values are the most important activities you’ll do in the Character Resume Challenge. Your values guide most of your actions and decisions on a daily basis. Conflicts in your life usually center around your values. … Continue reading

character resume reflection…

Thursday, June 30, 2022, was my last day at UNCG. Tuesday, July 5, 2022, will be my first day at Davidson-Davie Community College. Here’s how I came to ending one chapter and starting a new chapter… A year ago (July 2021), I had a meeting with my “new” boss at UNCG to talk about me … Continue reading

character resume challenge week 2…

Hello everyone! If you’re interested, I’ve posted the Character Resume Challenge Week 2’s Activities – Strengths Assessments! I would say that the Strengths Assessments this week have been valuable in identifying how I engage in the workplace. I realized the following: I thrive in an autonomous work environment; just give me a project that’s aligned … Continue reading

character resume challenge

Do you have answers to these questions? Who am I? What matters most to me? What can I offer the world? If you can’t answer all three questions, then you’ll need to take on the Character Resume Challenge! It’s an opportunity for you to get to know yourself better, using multiple self-reflective assessments over six … Continue reading

run your own race…

I just finished the book, “Dark Horse: Achieving Success Through the Pursuit of Fulfillment” by Todd Rose. Fascinating book, specially for me, because he sees fulfillment as doing work with purpose and meaning. Yeah! I’ll be writing more about my thoughts regarding this awesome work…but I wanted to first start with a quote that has … Continue reading

collective illusions

My good friend Kristie sent me an interesting video last week, an interview between Todd Rose and Mike Huckabee, on Todd’s new book, “Collective Illusions: Conformity, Complicity, and the Science of Why We Make Bad Decisions.” I enjoyed the video and the message so much that I bought the book; can’t wait for it to … Continue reading