“Do what you can with what you have where you are.” –Theodore Roosevelt
Yesterday was National Iced Tea Day.
Why does that matter? Because it demonstrates what we sometimes have to do in order to move our dream forward or transform something old into new.
So the story goes, the first known use of iced tea occurred in 1904 when English tea plantation owner Richard Blechynden set up a booth to sell hot tea at the St. Louis World Fair.
It was a sizzler of a day, and fair visitors didn’t want anything hot. Rather, they needed something to quench their thirst…something cold.
Quickly shifting his approach, he dumped some of his hot tea into ice and served it cold. It was an immediate hit.
What if there were the ever-so-slightest shift in what you’re currently doing, offering or pursuing that could create a whole new world of possibilities?
“It’s not resources but resourcefulness that ultimately makes the difference.” –Tony Robbins
DARRELL W. GURNEY, Executive/ Career Coach and 20-year recruiting veteran, supports people at all levels to make fulfilling and profitable career transitions. His first book, Headhunters Revealed! Career Secrets for Choosing and Using Professional Recruiters, was winner of the Clarion Award for Best Book by the Association for Women in Communications and was reviewed in Publishers Weekly. His newest book, Never Apply for a Job Again: Break the Rules, Cut the Line, Beat the Rest, has been endorsed by bestselling thought leaders such as Harvey Mackay, Keith Ferrazzi, and Dr. Ivan Misner. A personal and business brand strategist, Darrell’s Stealth Method of networking has helped folks expand their reach within both careers and new client circles. He speaks, leads workshops, and is a media expert on subjects such as recruiting, networking, and finding one’s passion. He was recently named Networking Expert for BeyondB-School.com and offers webinars and programs that get MBA students and working professionals out, connected, and landed.
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