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Heroes of The Homeless Crisis: How Ken Craft of ‘Hope of The Valley’ is Helping To Support Some Of…

Heroes of The Homeless Crisis: How Ken Craft of ‘Hope of The Valley’ is Helping To Support Some Of The Most Vulnerable People In Our Communities Don’t forget to take care of yourself. Just as the airplane flight attendant reminds us to put our own oxygen mask on before putting the mask on our child, if I do not take care of myself in this field of service, I will have nothing left to give others. He who burns the candle at both ends is not as bright as he thinks he is! As a part of my series about “Heroes Of The Homeless Crisis” I had the pleasure of interviewing Ken Craft, CEO of Hope of The Valley Rescue Mission. After spending many years in the non-profit and for-profit world, in 2009, Ken Craft started Hope of the
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Mona Pretorius de Lacey of RAWR Strength: Rising Through Resilience; Five Things You Can Do To…

Mona Pretorius de Lacey of RAWR Strength: Rising Through Resilience; Five Things You Can Do To Become More Resilient You need to have a vision or a goal and work towards it. You also need to be flexible so that if something takes you off your path you need to be able to go back to the drawing board, figure out where things went wrong and start moving forward. Many times in my life I have not achieved my goals. I didn’t make me quit, it made me relook at why I wasn’t achieving it and then move forward with my new plan to achieve my goal. In this interview series, we are exploring the subject of resilience among successful business leaders. Resilience is one characteristic that many successful leaders share in common, and in many cases it
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The Future Is Now: Jim Berryhill of DecisionLink On How Their Technological Innovation Will Shake…

The Future Is Now: Jim Berryhill of DecisionLink On How Their Technological Innovation Will Shake Up The Tech Scene Believe in yourself but make sure it’s something you are good at. David Cummings writes a great blog. I’m amazed at the number of times I’ve read something along the lines of “I want to be an entrepreneur; how do I find ideas to be/do that?” Seriously??? Go get some experience, identify something that you are good at, think your way to a solution to a problem, find out somebody else is already doing it, go back to the drawing board. Rinse and repeat until you answer 1, 2 and 3 in the strong affirmative and know without a doubt you are good at whatever it is. Then, prepare to start learning. As a part of our series about
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