My staff at Black Sheep has been on me about staying relevant with social media. I’m not writing this blog while kicking and screaming . . . . , well, not much anyway. Kim Madden, a Senior Consultant indirectly proved the point home to me with a recent client of mine – a community hospital […]
Power. A five-letter word with big ramifications. A word full of possibility and hope. An idea so bold it can propel us to do great things. It is also a word many find intimidating. Some find fearful. Surely it describes someone else. Who me . . . powerful? The sheer notion of the concept forces us to look in the mirror and ask ourselves, are we willing to embrace it?
We’ve seen it happen more times than not … beauty pageant contestants answering an on-stage question and it doesn’t go well. (Remember Miss SC Teen USA 2008, talking about the lack of maps in U.S. homes!?!)