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  • Don’t Be Average | The Warrior
    could have given more to a project but you didn t Average is when you know you need to push harder but you don t Average is throwing in the towel when things get tough Average is when you know you need to study a few more hours but you close your books an hour in Average is staying in your comfort zone Above average is pushing your limits and continuing even further Above average is chasing your dreams even when you are told you are crazy Above average is persevering when you want to give up Above average is having the focus and vision to see the bigger picture not just the obstacles sitting in front of you Above average is believing in yourself when no one else does Above average is taking risks and knowing that if you never try you can never succeed Today see yourself as above average Challenge yourself to be better every day in everything you do It might just change your life Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent

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  • Living Intentionally | The Warrior
    complacency or stagnation I ask you to set a goal for yourself to live intentionally in all you do Being intentional with your actions just calls you to re examine the choices you make in your day to day lives and evaluate how they are contributing to the good of yourself your family and friends and even the world Everyone will make different changes when deciding to live more intentionally Some may decide to wake up 20 minutes earlier to spend time with their family before leaving for work making sure their family knows how much they appreciate time spent together Others may make more intentional decisions with their health choices choosing oatmeal over a doughnut in the morning or walking to work instead of driving These small decisions will add up to a higher quality of life down the road In what ways do you think you could live more intentionally What small decisions could you make each day that will make large improvements in your life or in the lives of others Comment below and let me know what you will be changing this month to create a better future Chantell Author Chantell Cooley Share This Post On

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  • Find Your Purpose | The Warrior
    No matter how low you get that you can make it I think we always are trying to find where we fit and when we find it only then will we truly live I encourage you to find your purpose now You might be right in the middle of your purpose and not even know it Many times we are stuck in a process that has to take place in our lives in order to prepare us for what great things lay ahead Just as a book is laid out chapter upon chapter there is a purpose for each chapter If you skip a few chapters here and there you will miss out on the joy of reading the book You won t get the full story Life is like this Your purpose is there and whether it is big or little it is your purpose Grab it and start moving into your purpose I assure you that once you do you will start being fulfilled and before you know it you will be in the next chapter of your life Your purpose will become more and more clear to you and even grow into something you did not expect I get so excited as I speak about this Look back in your life and see the areas that created struggles in your life or pain in your family From this draw your passion Usually that is what directs you to your purpose For me many put my family down even as my parents pushed forward knowing there was more for them ahead Many said we could not start a university to educate adults My parents firmly believed they could and as a family we made it happen All of these life experiences led me to find my purpose and

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  • Challenge U | The Warrior
    with more pay or maybe new responsibilities make action on this and do what it takes to reach that goal Maybe you have a goal to be more of an influencer with others or even to be a mentor Taking those steps to make action will be what it takes to move yourself from one level of success to another I personally take each day and mentally see myself advancing forward It could be to decide to be more social than you were last year or to read one book per month on a topic that will help you at your job There are so many ways to advance yourself whether its for a job promotion or just being a better person One thing that I decided to do years ago is to listen to people more actually to be an expert at listening Now I am still working on this but for me this is a must in my position Listening to others brings value to them and tells them that you respect what they have to say Instead of setting such lofty goals for yourself this year or that dreaded New Years Resolution go after small things as I have stated above As you do this you will feel more accomplished and energized because you are meeting your goals Here are some excellent goal ideas for the year Listen more this year Write more cards to appreciate others Read more self help books Find someone to mentor Start your Read more Home Challenge U Aug 10 Be An Overcomer Posted on Aug 10 2015 I was recently watching the show Running Wild with Bear Grylls It s a great show of showing how you can overcome anything in your life but specifically overcoming enduring expeditions through treacherous terrain over a week or so Bear brings along most of the time a very popular person through this excursion This episode Kate Winslet who is an Oscar winning actress talks about her childhood and her career As she climbs up Read More Jul 06 Leading With Your Heart Posted on Jul 6 2015 After more than 25 years in the workforce I have found the best way to lead is with your heart Learning to lead with your heart and not your job title will create greater success with your team In the early years I had no idea how to lead others All I knew is I had a management title and I was going to make my team follow I had a few good characteristics of a leader such as persistence friendliness and being approachable But Read More Jun 08 Being You Posted on Jun 8 2015 Have you ever had a profound moment that changed you forever I have I was in my office working one afternoon and suddenly it was as though I was standing in a football stadium in the center of the field and all the thousands of light bulbs came on at exactly

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  • Waldorf Online Dean’s List | The Warrior
    Shore Reidsville Mark Tillery Cedartown Ticha Weeks Juliette Freddie Williams Pelham Lorenzo Wyatt Fairburn Antonio Barker Grayson Carla Gibson Jonesboro Leslie Hancock Senoia Shakita Hayes Perry Kate Holley Perry Melissa Houston Ailey Justin Krause Greenville Martin Littlejohn Savannah Gilbert Osmer Loganville Michael Parrish Acworth Ryan Rauch Canton Melissa Rose Rockmart Ronald Shoemake Valdosta Edgar Spradlin Moultrie IOWA Bryon Adams Sioux City Michelle Archer Forest City Carrie Bluml Glidden Troy Cory Pleasant Hill Lisa Covey Altoona Scott Cunningham Grimes Ryan Klaahsen Mason City Paul Koenig Cedar Rapids Victor Lilienthal Mount Ayr Wanda Marr Bedford Donald Minks II Indianola Daniel Mosher Des Moines Damon Quandt Ames Jacob Schutte Coralville Matt Sprague Waukee Jordan Van Ness Pleasantville Ronald Vought Fort Dodge Eric Wallace Lacona Amy Williams Nora Springs Kevin Cecak Cedar Rapids Rhonda Dean Ankeny Renae Douglas Leighton Joshua Douglas Forest City Kara Gerdeman Spencer Debbie Klein Maquoketa Shelly Krauth Carlisle Darren Shull Pella Kelly Spooner Des Moines Ty Wheeler Grimes IDAHO Chad Queen Nampa ILLINOIS David Adler Naperville David Gilman Maroa Alex Kocher Mahomet Brian Lambel Cary Edward Rogers Wheeling Autumn Havlovic Loves Park Jeremy Montgomery Montgomery Amelia Odom Centreville Audrey Smith Dixon Joel Upton Jonesboro Sarah Zakrzewski Richton Park Wendy Zindars Fithian INDIANA Stephanie Lewis Brownstown Frances Webster Greenwood MASSACHUSETTS Edward Casey Tyngsboro Michael Pohlman Newton Stephen Silva Plympton Andrew Handler Hopkinton MARYLAND Donald Fleming Westmester Gregory Leftwich Bel Air Michael Rudasill Fallston C J Blickenstaff Smithsburg Joshua Evans Westminster Paul Patterson Bowie MICHIGAN Katrina Reynolds Lansing Keith Riggs Kalamazoo Danise Allen Redford Kevin Briggs Midland Krysten Howard Lansing MINNESOTA Amy Bottger Brooklyn Park Rachel Johnson Staples Wesley Musgrove Minneapolis Cory Peterson Plymouth Cameron Smith St Paul Sean Knight Eagan Michael Lochen Maplewood Matthew Milder Stillwater Michael Terry Minneapolis Nathan Wiley Hanover MISSOURI Michael Baldus Belton Matthew Page Lee s Summit David Puckett Plato Robert Simmons Platte City Samuel Fleming Blue Eye Assane Gueye Ft Leonard Wood Jessica Harris Pacific Ken Reid Adrian Coty Smercina Fenton MISSISSIPPI Gary Huhn Brandon NORTH CAROLINA Richard Bombo Jr Charlotte Hunter Byars Raleigh Kevin Chapman Taylorsville Kelly Duncan Mooresville Deandra Lewis Goldsboro Patrick Mcardle Lillington Brian Opitz Holly Springs Matthew Ritter Ramseur Jeremy Schoen Waxhaw Kim Summers Reidsville Ana Aragon Jacksonville Keith Barrow Sanford Dianne Carter Saint Pauls Angela Cimino Locklear Fayetteville Samantha Houser Mill Spring Santerrio Johnson Charlotte Damien Locklear Fayetteville Keina Mullen Greenville NEBRASKA Adam Linhardt Omaha April Corcoran Bellevue NEW JERSEY Thomas Mcgovern Toms River Albert Valentino Folsom Cristal Vega Elizabeth NEW MEXICO Rachel Johnson Alamogordo Robert Plummer Albuquerque NEVADA Brandon Anderson Las Vegas Jesse Siri Sparks Ryan Spurlock Reno Walter Sturm Reno Douglas Williams Las Vegas NEW YORK Gareth Mc Ilroy Springfield Gardens Jarred O Dell Watertown Alaina Reid Lockport Cynthia Carter Queesnbury OHIO Christina Durham Marietta Trevor Frodge Hamilton Patricia Gwyn Powell Kristopher Oiler Groveport April Rannigan Mansfield Cheryl Clark Dayton John Debar Tipp City Ian Litherland Newton Falls OKLAHOMA Bryan Butler Fort Sill OREGON Dena Craddock North Bend Shannon Hill Heppner Jake Pendergrass Albany Stephen Takis Coos Bay PENNSYLVANIA

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  • Holiday Balance | The Warrior
    to enjoy each day Taking on what it brings and going with the flow Handling and dealing with issues as they come and then moving forward I find as I do this more often I am more at peace and my life seems to calm down It all begins with me I have been reading a book by Marilyn Hickey that talks about finding rest in the midst of chaos Learning to let go and just take each moment and deal with it As this happens you will find that the issues you face might not be as bad as they look and know that in a few days or a week this issue will change and life will continue to move on I love Christmas Hallmark movies and I just watched one called Christmas Eve This single mom had one thing after another happen to her on Christmas Eve She went out of her way to help a stranger who fell in her driveway by taking him to hospital Then she left her car parked in the holding zone at the hospital too long and so it was towed Her son then broke his arm during this time and so it goes on and on Finally at the end of the day and into Christmas Day she began to see through all the issues The love and care for family and friends outweighed all the stuff that hits us and knocks us down She saw that enjoying the little things is what carries you through So this Christmas I encourage you to enjoy your time Sometimes you just have to just insist that you will enjoy this time of the year regardless of the obstacles you can face Enjoy your family and children and make a new tradition Memories

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  • Baltimore City Fire Honored | The Warrior
    this award was a small bright spot during this time of mourning said Deputy Chief of Training Alex Perricone The Baltimore department receives an annual two year tuition scholarship from Waldorf for one of its outstanding firefighters Lt Melvin Wehrman the recent winner was excited to win the award I have always wanted to complete my bachelor s degree This proved difficult to do with the schedule I work and the cost involved Receiving the scholarship from Waldorf College has allowed me to realize the dream of completing my education without going into debt It will allow me more opportunities outside the fire service when I retire Wehrman said adding I was amazed at how much credit I received from my nursing school I was much closer to my degree than I thought The Baltimore department is the second largest Waldorf learning partner with 18 students attending the online program Perricone asked the representatives at the presentation who has referred more students to Waldorf When he learned that they were from New England he said The challenge is accepted As diehard Baltimore fans we cannot let New England beat us Author Whitney Fike Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter

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  • Come Home to Waldorf | The Warrior
    The event packed weekend has something for everyone The library and archives will be open to display items from Waldorf s history An athletic Hall of Fame Induction will commence Friday evening followed by a homecoming queen and king review and coronation and the Warrior Bonfire Pep Fest to end the night The Warrior athletic teams cheerleaders and students will generate excitement during the bonfire for the next day s homecoming games On Saturday be prepared for many events to overload your schedule You will not want to miss out on all the events planned Long time Waldorf employees Michael and Nancy Farndale will lead a homecoming parade with reunion classes and special groups also participating A luncheon for reunion classes will be help or folks may gather for a community barbeque at the Atrium Show school spirit and root for the Warriors during the Homecoming Football game against Mayville State University Attend the arts and crafts fair or even by a vendor to showcase your work Grab some tea and goodies in the afternoon while viewing university mementoes and photos of the history of Waldorf The activities are endless and event offer a campus tour guided by current Waldorf students and an alumni choir sing a long Enjoy a Taste of Waldorf with a special dinner with President Bob Alsop and an awards ceremony To end the night a concert where the Waldorf Choir and Wild Symphony will perform The final day will begin with a homecoming worship service at Immanuel Lutheran Church followed by brunch The weekend will come to a close with a musical theatre showcase at the Smith Theatre Reminisce your college experience and Waldorf s history throughout the weekend festivities There is something for everyone to do and enjoy the celebration of Waldorf Make plans

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