Do you want to get more things done? We all know there are only 24 hours in a day, but how can we make the best out of those hours? Today we talk about 5 productivity hacks and how we can be a little more intentional about the things we do. The new year is upon but before we get there, let's envision what we want it to look like.
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Today we’re going to do a throwback, way back to our eighth ever episode. Back to when the show was still called The Purpose University Podcast. We talk about living in your purpose, alignment, and how Elisa is living her best life. Walking in your purpose is not always going to be easy, but we talk about how to get there, and how to recognize when you’re not living your best life.
Have you ever had somebody not support your business? Does it make you feel some type of way? Today, we are going to reflect on how that feels and how we can not let that discourage us. Your business is your business and nobody is going to care about it more than you. You need to show up for the people that need you.
What does finding meaningful work look like? What does your first-gen voice look like in the corporate world? In our conversation with Chandria we talk about how a first-gens resilient nature is beneficial when you are making your way into your career. As well as the challenges that diversity and inclusion present in the workplace.
Are you a first generation-college graduate and a first-generation to the United States? Being the first can be difficult, but it is getting through these transitions where we grow to become someone better than our past selves. Cesar shares with us his transitions from being born in Mexico to now becoming an entrepreneur. Being transparent in our story is what gives others the strength to know that they can keep moving forward and aspire for more.
Cesar was born in a small town in Jalisco, Mexico and moved to the US when he was 10 years old to a small agricultural town in the Salinas Valley. He is a first-generation professional working in higher education for over 15 years. The common thread in his work has been supporting first-generation, low-income (FLI) students at various levels. Cesar’s college career began at a community college before earning his BA and MA. He recently began working on his EdD in Organizational Change and Leadership, which he will use to further my work supporting FLI students.