The topic of the day was
how we prepare to share our own story on a job resume, during a job interview, or at a networking event like BIF. Our ability to tell our story creates
for fulfilling relationships, exciting jobs, careers, and internships which can lead to lifetime success. The
flip side of telling a story is listening
to someone’s story, respectfully and artfully. Listening is arguably more important than speaking.
Today’s class was
a dry run or, practice,
as we prepare everyone to welcome, speak with, ask questions of and listen to the many guests who will visit our class this year in the Life Skills class. Next week’s class is Opening Day with a mystery guest from New York city.
After today’s practice, everyone understands and appreciates the importance and benefits of our class protocols.