Well folks, after LDR100 we just loved everything we learned that my cohort obviously just HAD to take LDR200. I was very excited going into this class with my cohort because I ended up having to miss a lot of LDR100 due to marching band practices. This class was the perfect chance for me to… Continue reading LDR200L
What: As part of protocol, each LAS student was put into a group that they were interested in and were on the committee for planning any events or activities for that group. I was put on the LEAD team called “Special Events” and were in charge of planning any fun activities for LAS students to… Continue reading Party Planners
As part of my LAS protocol and to fulfill a class for my leadership minor, I was required to take the class HST110 or “An American Experience”. My teacher taught this course focusing on immigration and talking about what immigration was really like starting from the beginning of immigration up until present day. I found… Continue reading HST110 Reflection
For those of you who read my blog post about Simon Sinek’s Ted Talk called “Start With Why”, this post will be a follow-up to an even deeper discussion that my LAS cohort discussed about it in class. For those of you who have never heard of or seen the ted talk, I would recommend… Continue reading “But why?”
Recently, my cohort was asked to think about whether “leadership comes from saying the words ‘yes’ or ‘no’.” After first reading the prompt, I honestly didn’t even get what the question was asking, hence why it has taken me a whole week to even write this post. I let this question sit in my head for days as… Continue reading It’s ok to just say “no”. In fact, it’s better!
When I first say the name “Ellen DeGeneres”, what comes to your mind? Her tv show? Her humor? All the awesome gifts she gives away? Dory from Finding Nemo? Do her leadership qualities stick out? For me, Ellen is one of the most inspiring and motivated leaders I can think of. Not only is she… Continue reading Ellen DeGeneres. Or, as Grace used to call her, Ellen the generous.
I’m going to be honest, I am most definitely not one that loves reading or even really likes it, but, when we were assigned a book project in my Leadership class I was excited! I knew the book would be good because it would fill me with inspiration and knowledge from a very wise leader… Continue reading Find your WHY