Being authentic can be hard sometimes! Learn how to maintain and remain authentic in your values through this video!
Learn how to control your values and how to navigate through the things you can’t control!
Valuing people can be a hard task to grasp! Learn how to build upon it in this video!
Our actions tell the full story of whether we value others or not! Take an in depth look at making sure your actions line up with your values!
Learn to control the flow of your values! To take you to greater things!
Believing is a huge commitment! Join Sam as he takes a look at believe in something greater than yourself!
Just recently Google fired an employee for statements he made in a 10-page manifesto that he posted internally at Google. In the document, the employee takes a position that being a woman is an obstacle to being part of Google’s technical staff. He put forth incorrect assumptions about gender and in the process supported gender stereotypes. Google displayed accountability in their actions.
This really is an issue of values. It matters what Google’s values are. It matters if Google is talking about the values and teaching the values. It matters if Google is living the values.
Here is part 4 in our Non Negotiable series titled A Solid Belief System”. Join Sam as he talks about the two things you need for sound belief system.
This is the third part in the “Non Negotiable” series. Join Sam as he takes a look at rare non negotiable values.
The President of the United States has traditionally been a leader, a leader of our government and a leader of the free world. It is a different time and place now. Several events have happened recently that illustrate that the president has become a title and a position and that he is not a leader.
I study, research and write about accountability, building accountable organizations and becoming accountable leaders. We can all learn about what a leader is and what a leader is not from the actions of the president.
He and his party wanted to change the healthcare system. Thirteen men met behind closed doors, in secrecy. There were only men at the table, no women. They did not include people who represented the entire populous, they only included Republicans. In effect, less than half of the country was represented at the table.