Police cars, ambulances and fire trucks all have sirens. Although they use them for different reasons, they all cause other drivers to give them the right of way.
Life is just the same, we all have different gifts and talents that were meant to create a pathway to our potential. However, many of us fail to realize it so we sit in a traffic jam, filled with the frustration of being unfulfilled.
Today, I challenge you to stop settling for where you are and start striving for where you're going! #ThisIsAnEmergency #BridgeBuilder
All theaters show previews prior to the movie that you actually paid to see. The goal is to show enough of the film to cause you to desire to come back to see it at a later date.
In life, we are often given glimpses of what's to come in order to encourage us that we're getting close to our Destiny. However, it typically doesn't include a timeline of exactly when we'll get there.
Today, I encourage you to remember to enjoy what's now as you anticipate what's next! #ComingSoon #BridgeBuilder
No matter how nice your car is, if it runs out of gas it will not move.
In life, we often have untapped potential due to an inability to prioritize, thus we don't have enough energy to enable us to embrace the most important opportunities.
Today, I challenge you to perform a process of elimination to determine what's distracting you from your Destiny! #FuelYourFocusOnYourFuture #BridgeBuilder
In basketball, the shot clock determines how much time the team has before they must take a shot.
Unfortunately, many of us spend our lives holding on to our gifts and talents instead of taking a chance at true success.
Today, I challenge you to realize that tomorrow is not promised and to live on PURPOSE today! #TimeIsRunningOut #BridgeBuilder
Most call centers are now conducting surveys at the end of each call to get an instant understanding of how they're performing.
In life, we often fail to effectively evaluate our progress, thus we continue in a cycle of being unhappy and unfulfilled.
As we near the end the first quarter of the year, I challenge you to analyze where you are as it relates to where you said you would be! #RateYourself #BridgeBuilder
In baseball, there are certain points of the game where the batter is asked to hit a sacrifice fly; which is where he hits the ball high and far enough to get out so that his teammate can score.
In life, we often refer to the dedication of those who are always with us without truly measuring what they do for us.
Today, I encourage you to examine the people in your life who've carried the burden for your benefit, be sure that they remain on your team! #Loyalty #BridgeBuilder
Passwords are created for a dual purpose, which is to allow access to those who have them and to restrict it for those who don't.
I am convinced that success is the same, it's available to some and elusive to others, which causes some to believe that they'll never obtain it.
Today, I challenge you to realize that the code to success is not a secret, it's just written in places that only the persistent will pursue! #PasswordToSuccess #BridgeBuilder
When taking a group trip, an itinerary is designed to keep everyone informed of all the events between departure and return.
In life, we aren't afforded the luxury of knowing all the events that will take place as we pursue our destiny. However, there are two things that we must be aware of at all times. Today, I challenge you to be sure that you're traveling with the right people and that you all have a common purpose. It's the only way to get to your desired place! #EnjoyTheJourney #BridgeBuilder
Insurance companies have established a system that requires you to pay a certain portion of each service that they cover, which is called a co-pay.
In life, we often enter into relationships that are meant to be mutually beneficial only to discover that we are providing all of coverage and carrying all of the cost.
Today, I challenge you to evaluate each person you're connected to. Is there a shared cost or a full loss? #CutYourLosses #BridgeBuilder
In a grocery store, each aisle is identified by a number along with the general types of products that you can expect to find.
In life, we often have a conflict between our external image and our internal character.
Today, I challenge you to align your words with your work! #CleanUpOnAisleMe #BridgeBuilder
For over a decade Zachary Brewster, PHR has aided organizations in talent acquisition, workforce development and strategic planning. He is the author of “How to Get to the Other Side”, which includes many of the tools and foundational principles that are at the core of our purpose. He has had the privilege of working with Fortune 100-Fortune 500 Companies, Colleges and Universities, Civic and Community Organizations.