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Thank You to Woodbridge Golf Club

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

A huge "Thank You" goes to Sara Holsted and Woodbridge Golf Club in Wylie, Texas for hosting our Summer Leadership Classes for Teens.  The food, service, and facilities were all fantastic! We appreciate the partnership and look forward to working with Woodbridge Golf Club again in the future.  Read more

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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DINNING DO’S AND DON’TS

Friday, February 08, 2013

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IMPORTANT BUT UNCOMFORTABLE CONVERSATIONS

Friday, January 25, 2013

Recently, there has been a lot of talk in the media about the firings of coaches around the NFL. In Dallas, the radio and television stations have talked in depth about Rob Ryan being dismissed as the Dallas Cowboys’ Defensive Coordinator. Particularly noted is the way Rob Ryan was fired. The nfl.com reported:

“Ryan told The Dallas Morning News that he learned of his fate while on vacation in Turks & Caicos. Coach Jason Garrett called Ryan on his cell phone with the news.”  Read more

IMPROVE YOUR LISTENING SKILLS

Tuesday, January 15, 2013



Being a good listener is one interpersonal skill that sets successful people apart from others. Have you ever been telling someone a story that is important to you only to have the person you are talking to interrupt you with a comment or statement that is not related to your story? Or, has someone ever checked a text message or email on their phone while you are talking to them? Think about how you felt when that happened. You probably didn’t feel like you or your story was important to the other person. If you are like me, you just discontinued your story and changed the subject.  Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Tuesday, January 01, 2013



It’s the beginning of 2013. The old cliché “A New Year a New You” may be ringing true for you. Are you a person that makes New Year’s resolutions? If so, do you keep them? New Year’s resolutions are simply goals that will improve your life, losing weight, exercising, eating healthy, or stop using curse words. Most people start each year motivated to achieve these goals, but become frustrated within the first two or three months. By March or April, the New Year’s Resolutions are long forgotten.  Read more

QUICK ETIQUETTE TIPS

Monday, November 26, 2012



Are you graduating from college soon? Make sure you are ready for your job interviews. Dress appropriately for the interview by wearing a dark suit (black or navy blue) and a white shirt. Ladies can wear either a pencil skirt or pants with closed toed shoes. Keep accessories to a minimum and hair and make-up conservative. Remember that first impressions are lasting impressions.  Read more

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