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Les Brown and Dr. Erica Pooler Elaborations of a Powerful Speech (RYSE Event J. Jackson)


Great recap Dr. Pooler, thanks for sharing!

ericapooler The Cards of Life

Les Brown Mentor Coach

For those that missed a great RYSE  Magazine (J Jackson)  Event and others that asked.

I will share Les’ pearls of wisdom and Dr. Erica Pooler’s Elaborations on my outlets

Develop 3 Goals….Short and long term – SMART goals work best to ensure they are (Specific, Measureable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely) If people don’t believe in you find someone who will. – Remove naysayers and negativity from your surroundings – the energy is contagious.

Visualize the win, Invest in your mind and learn something new daily. – Continuously feed your spirit and practice your craft. Read 30/40 pages daily as the mind impacts genetic expressions. Instill this concept in your children or students daily and always model the expectation. Ask them specifically what did they learn new today? How did your mind expand? How were you impacted or inspired?

Do you want to live, survive, or thrive? What actions…

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