Finding Your Voice - April 18, 2017

Event Wisdom Captured by Attendee,  Heidi Snyderburn-Campbell:


Comparison is the thief of joy.

Study your mentors and those that you aspire to be.

You can't live for the weekends. That is not living.

Listen and feel and give in to that calling inside.

Believe in yourself.

It doesn't matter how you start off in life. Only you determine your destiny.

Privilege is serving people.

When people show you who they are.... believe them.

People will forget what you say and what you do but they will never forget how you made them feel.

When you are promoted or elected or chosen to lead, it is your Responsibility to reach back and pull someone else up.

Have a lot of compassion for people w/o health insurance.

When women win. America wins.

There is a difference between concern and commitment to change.

Take action do not just be concerned.

If you are not passionate you probably are not going to do a good job.

It's not what you call me. It's what I answer to.--African proverb

Don't get in your own way. Most of the shadows come from standing in ones own sunshine.

Happiness leads to success and not the other way around.

Using your voice is important but silence is powerful too.

Stubbornness is a refusal to give up on your dreams.

When you seem mad it's because something is wrong and needs to be fixed. Don't be afraid to be mad and fix it.