I have started blogging since 2007, during graduate school. I have written and commented both under my real name and under pseudonyms on a variety of topics such as higher education, politics, sports, leadership, management, marketing, professional development and religion. I welcome intelligent and respectful discussions with anyone who wish to do so. I also use various social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Discuss, and Twitter to engage in additional exchange of ideas with interested parties.
Il existe plusieurs modèles de tableau de vision. Toutefois, je vous propose ici les grands points du modèle de Jack Canfield. Créez une liste d’objectifs. Collectionne un paquet de vieux magazines avec des images. Trouvez des images qui représentent vos objectifs et qui vous inspirent. Faites un collage de vos photos. Ajoutez des «mots d’affirmation» de motivation qui représentent ce […]
I few months ago, I had a post (in Haitian Creole) on Instagram about creating a vision board. There are multiple models out there about vision boards. However, I have recently come across this list from Jack Canfield and I am proposing it to you for consideration. If you are interested in creating a vision board, feel free to look […]
Haiti can change if young people change their mindset, their attitude, their approach, and their personal strategies. Haiti can change if young people keep on learning to be better so they can do better.
In my early years, I have had experiences about career choices that I wish I didn’t have. I listened to and blindly obeyed [perhaps well-intentioned] people who gave me “reasons” not to pursue certain career paths that were of interest to me. About a decade ago, I decided to do something different whenever I have career choice conversations with students. […]
Marian University’s 2019 Model U.N. Conference is now in the history books. For the past few weeks, I had the distinct pleasure and honor of working with 6 brave college students (warriors), 3 fellow alumni, 14 high school educators, and countless fellow Marian staff and faculty in order to make this learning experience possible for 120 Wisconsin students from 10 […]
I recently decided to create this group on LinkedIn. My goal is very simple: help Haitians connect with one another, regardless of where they are located. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12122073 If you are on LinkedIn, please join the group. If you are not on it and you would be interested, consider joining LinkedIn and follow #HaitiansOnLinkedIn. At the same time, if you are […]
The future of Haiti depends on a solid plan for effective workforce development through accesss to educational opportunities, career exploration, as well as employability and entrepreneurship skills. I firmly believe that the young minds who commit to reject ineffective traditional practices, will be the ones making the long-lasting difference that Haiti needs so badly. Now, the main question is this: […]
L’avenir d’Haïti repose sur un plan solide pour un développement effectif de la main-d’œuvre grâce à l’accès à des possibilités d’éducation, à l’exploration de carrière, à l’employabilité et à l’entrepreneuriat. Je crois fermement que les jeunes esprits qui s’engagent à rejeter les pratiques traditionnelles inefficaces seront ceux qui feront la différence durable dont Haïti a si cruellement besoin. Maintenant, la […]
Greetings! The videos for the TEDx talk has been published much earlier than promised. The direct link to mine can be found below. Feel free to share also. I am also announcing that I will address this topic on my podcast in Haitian Creole and possibly in French as well. As I am on this learning journey to grow and […]
I am humbled by the opportunity that I had to share the 2018 Tedxfonddulac stage with some amazing speakers who gave us a lot to think about. My talk, entitled “Serving and Leading with a Quality Mindset”, was an invitation to those who serve at various levels on leadership ladder of organizations to reflect on how they can positively influence […]
This quote quote has been attributed to a number of possible authors. Nonetheless, I feel that it is worth sharing. It can give each one of us an opportunity to do an introspection on how we interact with others when things are not the way we perceive them to be. Have a wonderful day.
I am a work in progress. This is partly why I am on this learning journey about ways I can be a more efficient at serving others. In my learning moments, I often wonder and ask a lot of questions. Here is one that has been on my mind.
Having a marketing degree is not the end of the road. It requires continuous learning because marketing keeps on evolving. As I was responding to a question on a LinkedIn post, I shared the following list of skills and traits that I think will be crucial for aspiring marketing professionals. Take Math, writing, and public speaking very, very, very seriously. […]
I learned some important lessons today. My family and I were contemplating going to Church in Milwaukee. Late last night, my wife and I changed our mind. So this morning, we went to our small local congregation in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. We were supposed to have a guest speaker. When we arrived, I noticed that he was not there. […]