Here are some questions to ask yourself: Are you stuck in a rut in your life? Do you know you want something more, but just can’t figure out what, or how to get there? People ask me frequently about how my Life Coach Training is going; they tell me that they can see a different, more peaceful me. Read More
Have you thanked a teacher lately?
Now’s the perfect time to tell your yearbook or newspaper adviser how much you appreciate all that he/she does to make your world work!
“HTTP” & “HTTPS” – Do YOU Know The Difference ?
Once in a while, there is something that comes down the pike that is of real importance. What is the difference between http and https? Don’t know how many of you are aware of this difference, but it is worth passing this info on. **The main difference between http:// and https:// is it’s all about [...]
UM Adviser Randy Stano Receives Robert and Christine Staub Faculty Excellence Award
Randy Stano, a journalism professor praised for his dedication to teaching and life-changing influence on students, is the recipient of the 2011 Robert and Christine Staub Faculty Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Effective Teaching at the University of Miami School of Communication. The Staub Faculty Excellence Award, an endowed gift from UM alumnus Robert [...]
Communication Tip: Words and Their Power
Communication Tip: Words and Their Power From Snowden McFall Have you ever noticed that some words impact you very differently than others? As Stephen Covey writes in the introduction to Aspire by Kevin Hall : “words sell and words repel, words lead and words impede, words heal and words kill.” What words do you use [...]
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Starting out the new year
Isn’t it interesting how you KNOW you know something, you might even teach it, but somehow you totally miss applying it to your own day. I mean, it might be something like this: hear me instructing yearbook staffs not to get themselves into the situation of being-done-all-except this on this spread and that on this [...]
Changing it UP!
Change is good – in fact change is what’s necessary to grow bigger and stronger, get smarter and happier.
I carry this in my daily agenda…
Oh, Happy Day!
Isn’t it awesome (using the word as it originally was defined) when something happens at exactly the right time? Isn’t it even more amazing when you SEE it?
September 11th and excuse-making
Happy Friday morning – the one before September 11th – the “wake up” call day for all Americans. Life as we knew it eleven years ago is no more … and maybe that’s a good thing. We were a bit naive to think that because we are US citizens we are somehow exempt from the [...]
Start a “Secret Friday eMail”
This was in a newsletter that I receive each morning (Early to Rise http://www.earlytorise.com.) I thought you might adopt something like this for your new and evolving yearbook and/or newsmagazine team. It could be a lot shorter and could go to each staffer’s gmail publication account (hint, hint). I would love to be copied on [...]
THE MORE THOUGHTFUL THE ‘NO,’ THE MORE POWERFUL THE ‘YES’
Be my hall monitor on this, PLEASE!
Life Coaching at Work
Had a great opportunity to catch my bratty inner voice grumbling during my first barre class at my Pilates studio this week. I had scheduled myself for Pilates every day (starting with a private lesson on Monday) and into two of the new barre classes. When I got into the first one … I [...]
WOW! Just stopped to actually LOOK at what happened this last week: CSPA critiques flew out electronically and Palmetto is right up there on top! Holy Trinity is just intsy-weeksy points away from BEING THERE. Suncoast is still waiting (remember that waiting by the mailbox feeling? How different it is now! But not really … [...]
Change is a “Good” Thing
I just ordered a Droid Incredible from Verizon. They are out of stock in the store (the rep told me that they come in one and day and are literally gone the next) so I having it shipped to FedEx Kinkos on 192 and I will pick it up tomorrow night on my way home [...]
“Yearbooks: You’re the Judge”
As you do your planning, start with the end in mind. To set your goals high, check out Bradley Wilson’s resource called ‘You’re the Judge.’ Yearbooks: You’re the Judge