This week, we posted some tips on how to network with others, based on the idea that it's who you know. Well, as you're building your network of friends and ties, think about this: when it comes to your health, does who you hang around with matter? more
One of the most impactful lessons that I have learned as a young leader is; you are never done learning. There have been many influential leaders in the world that have advice for young leaders like me. Here are some quotes that I have around my office and house that inspire me to continue learning and growing as a leader everyday: more
Kushuna wants you to share your voice... and here's why. This is her Y, her words, her and her story. more
Celebrated poet. Novelist. Actress. Civil rights activist. Maya Angelou will be missed by many and remembered by all. Here are some words of yesterday that you can use for a better tomorrow. more
While Tony's away (and likely running on a beautiful beach somewhere along the West Coast), check out what our guest blogger, Mamie's, up to back in the Midwest. We have a feeling if you're not already running, you're going to want to join the race after reading what's on her mind. more
This week on Quora, one contributor asked, "What can I learn right now in just 10 minutes that could be useful for the rest of my life?"
Find out how other people have been responding to this question. more
In the next few months, we're giving you - our young leaders - a chance to share your thoughts on topics ranging from education & leadership to sports & recreation to travel & entertainment as well as speaking up on issues such as bullying, illiteracy, hunger prevention, multiculturalism, and more. If you're interested in raising your voice and becoming a volunteer guest blogger for This Week in Young Leaders, then let's get you writing some inspiring words, putting together a photo essay, or sharing a short "do-it-yourself" video (think mini-docs or a sixty-second selfie) about what's on your mind these days. more
A few weeks ago, we posted a blog about a very creative use of post-it notes. While the fruits of these labors were pretty impressive (and quite beautiful), it got us to thinking what we actually write on these littles stickies to get things done. Are you crossing out the things on your to-do list or are they just littering your desk? If they're piling up, there may be a reason for this...
Your most powerful asset as a young leader is having a mentor. Without one, David wouldn't be in college and on his way of becoming a pilot. more
Unless you're a professional chef or work in the back of a restaurant, it may be quite near impossible to separate your hectic schedule at work from the bustle in the kitchen. For many working moms, there's little time (or energy) to cook up a storm once you walk in the front door. more