Your Best Year Yet - Change
“These three pieces of advice came from a good friend and horse trainer who helped me make the move from my New York farm to sunny Pensacola, Florida – a place where I knew no one and would start a new job. 1) If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten. 2) Admit your weaknesses; it shows your strengths. 3) Make changes – stop talking about it.” Her words are serving me well.
Lori Kain, Director of Community and Government Relations, Global Connections to Employment and affiliate of Lakeview Center