Planning Your Next Steps: Reginald Grant, MS Ed. with Arnie Costell former professional Baseball Player, Motivational Speaker, and Artist. Discussing the Mindset of a Winner as you Plan Your Next Steps while dealing with the challenges of life. Find Arnie Costell at arniecostell.com. More on Reginald Grant, MS Ed, former English Teacher, and NFL player at ReginaldGrant.com. Often a Speaker he works as a Business Consult, and with the Retired NFL Players Congress and Co-founder, eSportsInstruction.
Recruiting In Today's Environment. Reginald Grant, MSEd. Former NFL (New York Jets), CFL (Ottawa Rough Riders) and Univ. of Oregon Duck (ReginaldGrant.com). With Coach "Big Ray" Raymond Hardy, National Scout and Recruiting Expert based in Dallas, Tx. (BigRayInternational.com, Chosen 1Sports.com).
Reginald and Arnie Costell discuss adversity and the winner's mindset. Dealing with the current world situation. Arnie is a former professional baseball player, currently a speaker, artist and consultant (ArnieCostell.com). Reginald is a former professional football player and currently a speaker, consultant and author (ReginaldGrant.com).
Most of us do not consider ourselves a “Brand”, but the reality is you are a “Brand.” When you go for job interviews what are you selling? You, right! When you start a new company and need investment or a loan from the bank what are you selling? The idea, and the management team; in short, “You.” As a leader, how you choose to manage your personal brand will influence your daily leadership decisions and career management plans. Nike, Apple, Michael Jordan, KISS are all brands, so are you. Do you think they manage their public image? Do you think the management of that image has anything to do with generating revenues?
Are you taking advantage of all of your opportunities by managing your “Brand?” If you are not managing your “Brand” who is? Can you leverage your “Brand” to take advantage of opportunities? Do you use the internet? Social Media? What’s online about you? Not being mindful on how you manage your personal “Brand” can have negative consequences such as loss of focus, loss of impact and loss of career or business momentum.
Let’s explore how can you proactively manage your brand? Check out my short book Manage Your Brand, You Can Pimp Me, But You Have To Pay Me. By Reginald Grant, MS Ed. available on Amazon.com in hardcopy or digital version at ReginaldGrant.com.
Reginald Grant, MSEd is a serial entrepreneur, consultant, speaker and author. He currently serves as Director of Corporate Relations for the Retired NFL Players Congress and is the CEO / co-founder of eSportsInstruction.
He is the author of several books including “Managing Your Brand: You Can Pimp Me, But You Must Pay Me”, “Youth Entrepreneurial Impact Program”, “Success Stories: Insights by African American Men”, “Thoughts of an Urban Teacher”, “A Case For Bilingual Education”, “A Teacher’s View, Education in America” and “Reaching and Teaching African-American Males”. He has a Master’s in Education, Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). He was an English teacher for seventeen years. He is a state of California Certificated English Teacher and has served on the three State of California development/review panels for English assessment exams. He is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of others and sees education as the force for change. He is an alumni member of the University of Oregon and Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honor Society. He is also a former professional athlete (Jets & Miami, NFL & Ottawa, CFL).
You Have to Be in The Room by Reginald "Reggie" Grant, MS Ed., speaker, author, consultant, and entrepreneur. A former English teacher, NFL player for the New York Jets, CFL player and University of Oregon Duck. Visit him online at reginaldgrant.com.
This episode is about relationship development is entitled" You Have to Be in The Room" it is about building relationships not just Networking.
Success is measured in many ways and for many purposes. Most of us strive to be successful in whatever we endeavor to attempt. Creating a culture of success in our homes, our work environments’ or teams is a difficult task at best. As I looked back in reflection I realized that when I was most successful, I was surrounded by other like-minded people. What does success mean to you?
We all know that true leadership inspires the best in people. True leaders display the ability to lead during difficult and trying times. Those that have little empathy for others, are exposed. What type of leader are you? We are all too aware of the situation not only in our homes, business, communities, the nation and the world. Which leaders are displaying true leadership? We are all leaders on some level. How will you lead in your home, business, community and impact others?