So, you want to rally your classmates or workplace peers about ramping up a local food bank or conserving the Earth's resources but don't know quite how to get the conversation going without stirring things up and keeping emotions from running rampant. As a young leader, you have a chance to set a genuine but respectful tone that not only welcomes honsest dialogue, but also promotes a healthy approach to making a change in your community. Here are few suggestions to get others to engage in meaningful chats with outcomes that might even take you by surprise.
Note: I know, it's winter, and brrr is it cold! But we'll be thinking of the great outdoors sooner than you think! So, gather your thoughts before you start gathering in green spaces this spring.
2014 is so last year. With one month down and 11 more to go, here are a few things you can do to pull yourself out of a rut in 2015!
Jerry knows fitness. He also knows a thing or two about working with young leaders on the job. Keep reading his three-part series aboutprofessionalism to see how his advice can help you grow too.
Many young adults, including myself, are just starting to return to college and may feel a little bit out-of-sync. This doesn’t just have to apply to collegiate students; this goes for everybody. Getting back into a routine is difficult after the holidays and now is the time where we start to fall off the wagon with our New Year’s resolutions. Here are a couple of quick tips that I find really help when I feel I’m in a rut.
Feeding hungry kids. Professionalism at the gym. That's just a couple of things that have been on our young leader's minds this week. Need a break to clear your mind? Join our scavenger hunt and discover a few fun facts and insights that might help you grow as a young leader.
Jerry knows fitness. And he knows a thing or two about keeping members like yourself happy too. This is part two in his series about professionalism and the three things needed for young leaders to thrive inside and out of the gym.
Jerry Gregory knows fitness. But he also knows what keeps members like you happy. And it has a lot to do with one trait that contributes to being a young leader in our community.
My girlfriend and I recently wanted to do something to help the number of homeless people in downtown Atlanta, especially as it starts to get colder. We ended up buying some blankets, coats, and a bunch of pizzas to hand out one cold night recently. It could not have gone any better, and the people