The one strategy worth spending a lifetime mastering is recognizing how to win... There is nothing that can’t be turned into an advantage. A broken sword, an enemy, an angry co-worker, or a dismissive loved one. All have a use. It is our duty to find that use and capitalize on it. Complaints serve no use and no time should be spent on things that have no use....Read More
A vision should inherently and directly benefit the people meant to be lead by that vision. As leaders each of our visions should be about serving others....Read More
Motivation is a feeling that we allow to take power over our decisions and our actions. Motivation only opens us up to having a new excuse for not getting done what we need to get done....Read More
Building a vision for an organization or yourself that revolves around numbers and results can always fall apart, but finding your core ideology and building from it will always guarantee success.
I received my start in business, and learned about my passion for leadership, through selling Cutco knives and coaching others on how to do the same. The company has shown me how much I love growing as a person and helping others to grow....Read More
Because no obstacle is too big with persistence and the willingness to commit everything you have.
This week reports have been released showing the performance of the new offices around the country and my office has fallen drastically short of where we want to be....Read More
George J. Ferko V, a 2006 graduate of Palmerton Area High School, attained the dean's list with a GPA of 3.82 for the 2009 fall semester at Lehigh University.
He accepted a Ph.D. graduate position with Lehigh University to continue his studies in material science and engineering. His adviser for his Ph.D work will be Professor Martin P. Harmer....Read More
Each year, the ACerS Basic Science Division sponsors a ceramographic competition at the Society’s Annual Meeting. The competition’s top award is the Roland B. Snow Award, presented to the Best of Show winner of the competition. All of this year’s entries went on display at the recent MS&T’09 conference in Pittsburgh where they wowed the participants. The best of the entries also appear on the back covers of theJournal of the American Ceramic Society throughout the year....Read More