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The last time I ever cried was because I broke a girl’s heart, and what still goes through my mind is that I never got the chance to see how much I broke her.  883 more words

Spilled Ink

Lead like The Experts

Its funny how a random conversation can lead to a life time of change. When I was new to the video department at my church, I had a conversation with a co-worker in the break room about my current challenges. 185 more words


Learn From Lea

by Juseph Elas

Armand Nocum of Deans and Kings Public Relations firm, Maria Marta Asuzano of McCann Erickson Philippines, Zamboanga City’s Public Information Officer Shiela Belen Covarrubias, and Chrisel Almonia of GBPI TV 11 are just a few of the names that went under her intense mentoring during their college years, the names of her students that are now fairly successful in their respective professions. 516 more words

Mentor Magic

Friday July 25th, 2014 – Milwaukee, WI

I love being a mentor. It’s got a lot of the same rewards of fatherhood without having to change any diapers. 686 more words


Finding the Steady State

Well hello.  It’s been a while.  I know.  I’m sorry.  I’m a bit ashamed that nearly 2 months have passed since my last post.  But, well….it’s summer.   458 more words


8. Steve Hussey – Performance Coach and Mentor

It’s been a few months but I’m excited to finally announce Enough To Buy Bread’s latest interview. This July I spoke with the charming Steve Hussey, performance coach and mentor. 1,155 more words

Undergrad Mentors in Undergrad Classes

Everywhere you read about how important it is for faculty to mentor undergrad students; to nurture them to careers in research, and so on. That is important. 694 more words