Just moments into my first interview, I have offended our interview subject. Luckily, my local colleague Leo intervenes and smoothes things over. The meeting ends on a positive note, but I have re-learned a valuable lesson: Leadership begins with listening.
Fitness and physical health are vital for everyone, but it becomes increasingly more difficult to stick to a fitness plan as we age.
How could I become successful if I got kicked out of a practice in the first few months I was at the Olympic Training Center? I was supposed to be an elite athlete.
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Tiffany Ditto, The Gazette
“Grab the rope!” my now father-in-law bellowed from atop his horse. The chaos of branding swirled around me – the shouts of the ropers dragging in new calves, the roar of the fire warming the branding irons, the moo’s of mother cows searching for their calves – and I, the newest to the ranch and the branding scene, couldn’t understand why no one was following the directions yelled by the family’s patriarch.
Fremont County Commissioner Tim Payne talks about region’s natural resource and recreational opportunities
The Canon City Daily Record
Anthony Guerrero, The Monte Vista Journal
With support from local and regional donors, St. Mary’s Regional Cancer Center debuts new 3D Mammography Machine
St. Mary's Foundation
Kate Shefte, The Gazette
El Pomar has teamed with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® to provide an unforgettable experience on Saturday, June 11th.
The Gazette Editorial Board
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we reflect upon the life of Andy Chun Song, the 2008 Milton E. Proby Inductee. An influential and highly respected Asian American community leader, Song moved to Colorado Springs in 1985 from Baltimore, where he had settled after four years of service in the South Korean Air Force.
On Wednesday, June 1, El Pomar Foundation’s Forum for Civic Advancement will partner with the Colorado Springs Business Journal to host a debate between El Paso County Commissioner candidates from districts 2, 3, and 4.
The idea of being a student of leadership sparked something in me. It suggested making a career out of studying leadership and helping to unlock other people’s leadership potential is a viable option.