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Part I: First Day Blues
Like a lot of kids who grew up in poverty, I received free lunches from my school cafeteria. This happened in school after school as my family kept moving around. Whenever I changed schools, I had to adapt quickly because each had different procedures to follow. In fourth grade, I started midyear at a new elementary school in California’s Sierra Nevada. Each day students were given a meal ticket for that day’s lunch, which they then traded for their meal. Everyone received a white ticket except the kids who got free lunch; our tickets were yellow. On the morning of my first day, I was already dreading lunchtime.
— To Be Continued Tomorrow —
Many professionals grow exhausted and disenchanted from chasing business gurus and quick-fix formulas. Rather than becoming knock-offs, we must learn to listen to the leadership lessons our lives have been trying to teach us. In “Uniquely You,” coming in 2019, I will share my personal journey, and how it led me to lead uniquely, with you. Preorder your copy today!