Some people are outwardly obnoxious and others cruel. Some people bossy and others slobs. Some people are awkwardly vindictive and others plain condescending. Some lack tact and others exuberate deranged. Some people are mean and others unjust. Then there are those who are greedy and others are gluttons. Many are horrid and others are damn right evil. Then there are vicious villains, and ugly crippled souls. The world often seems a dark, dangerous and worrisome place.
But in saying that there’s the wonderful souls, filled with bravery and bliss. The kind who support you and nurture your greatest strengths. There’s those who are mystical and filled with marvel. And those who are caring, kind, considerate and full of bubbly joy. There’s those who are welcoming and warm and continue to fill your heart with love. And these are the ones we desire most; their friendliness and gifts of affability.
The key is to surround yourself with people in life. Your job is to find out who ‘some people’ really are.
Professionalism comes in many forms; preparation, the manner in which we hold ourselves, our ability to get things done in an equitable way and even in the clothes we wear. Professionalism, an idea thrown around, often simultaneously with culture, and its exact definition is difficult to pin point, and then comes how to best apply it. Drawing on personal experience, evidenced research and some of the most successful institutes around the globe, I’m going to share a little secret: ‘casual professionalism’ is the new thing, and it’s bringing about some incredible individual and collective results.