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  • 1. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 1 March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 11 Mobile: 876.383.5627 Skype: LSemaj Office: 876.948.5627 Twitter: LSemaj Email: Facebook: Leahcim Semaj Blog: 3/24/20143/24/2014 22 UNDERSTAND IT AND BENEFIT FROM ITBENEFIT FROM IT IGNORE IT AND BE THE VICTIM March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 33 The First Order AgrarianMUSCLE The Second Order The First Industrial Revolution (1700)‐ ACHINES Th   d I d i l R l i  ( )The 2nd Industrial Revolution (1900)‐ MASS PRODUCTION / ASSEMBLY‐LINE The New Work Order The  Information Age– MENTAL The NEXT Work Order Balance, Harmony, Integrity March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 44 1970 - Future Shock - Alvin Toffler The coming post-industrial 1980 - The Third Wave The New Work Order approaches March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 55 1991 - The Work of Nations- Robert Reich • The New Work Order is here 1995 - The End of Work- Jeremy Rifkin The Coming NEXT Work Order There is only one message: There is only one message:  You have to constantly  upgrade your skills Or get left behind March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 66
  • 2. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 2 China has an infinite supply of labor 400 million in its urban population 900 million in the rural area Average wage:Average wage: 2.5 to 3 % of the developed world Those disparities will be around for a long time Losers: Some blue collar and older workers Winners: Investors and consumers ▪ ERIKA KINETZ, New York Times, December 7, 2003 March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 77 ANYTHING CAN BE MADE ANYWHERE wherever it’s cheapest AND SOLD EVERYWHERE  h  it f t h  th  hi h t  iwhere it fetches the highest price This is great for individual companies not necessarily good news for individual  nations and some workers March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 88 3/24/20143/24/2014 99 3/24/20143/24/2014 1010 The median number of years a U.S.  worker has been in his or her current job  is just 4.4,  down sharply since the 1970s  down sharply since the 1970s.  This decline in average job tenure is  bigger than any economic cycle,  bigger than any particular industry,  bigger than differences in education levels, bigger than differences in gender.  3/24/20143/24/2014 1111 Associated with a new era of  insecurity, volatility, and risk It's part of the same employment  picture as the increase in  part‐time, freelance, and contract work;  mass layoffs and buyouts;  "creative destruction" within industries.  3/24/20143/24/2014 1212
  • 3. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 3 put more pressure on the  individual to provide own health careto provide own health care bridge gaps in income with savings Manage own retirement planning invest in own education to keep skills  marketable and up to date.  3/24/20143/24/2014 1313 Measure the big drivers of change such as extended longevity, robotics,  d th   i   f  l b l  ti itand the rise of global connectivity Extrapolated a list of core skills will be needed in tomorrow's  workplace regardless of industry or  position 3/24/20143/24/2014 1414 "everything that can be routinized,  codified, and dissected will  eventually be done by machines. eventually be done by machines.  Social and emotional intelligence  is what humans are  uniquely good at at least for the next decade or two." 3/24/20143/24/2014 1515 Growing Global Challenge Now powered by technologyNow powered by technology Fueled by information and knowledgeFueled by information and knowledge 3/24/20143/24/2014 1616 Mismatch Between Skill Sets and JobsMismatch Between Skill Sets and Jobs Fueled by information and knowledgeFueled by information and knowledge Shift from industrial toShift from industrial to a knowledge economya knowledge economy Global youth unemployment (ILO)  2013 – 12.6%0 3 6% 2018 – 12.8% Jamaica – 16% Spain, Greece & South Africa – 50% 3/24/20143/24/2014 1717 3/24/20143/24/2014 1818
  • 4. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 4 Trust Collaboration T kTeamwork 3/24/20143/24/2014 1919 Today uncertainty rules the market,  changes are abrupt yesterday’s market conditions are different to  today’s  today s.  Creative thinking,  the ability to innovate,  deal with complexity, ambiguity, and paradoxes  prepare for more than one scenario  critical for future success.  3/24/20143/24/2014 2020 Digital and technology skills are not only  nice to have, they are a necessity.  workplace automation and human‐p machine dependence a workplace where human‐machine  collaboration and co‐dependence is the  norm. 3/24/20143/24/2014 2121 Cross‐cultural understanding and  communication global operating skills such as  the ability to manage diverse employeesthe ability to manage diverse employees understanding international markets ability to work in multiple overseas locations foreign language skills cultural sensitivity will be increasingly in demand over the next 5 to  10 years.  3/24/20143/24/2014 2222 The ability to innovate  “self‐starter”  “risk‐taker”  “ i i ” “visionary”  someone who “spots opportunity”  You don't need to own a business to be an  entrepreneur,  but you do need the entrepreneurial mindset to  be successful in business.”  3/24/20143/24/2014 2323 Businesses today operate in two time frames,  the immediate and the very long term,  the ability to manage contradictions will be  critical.  This requires finding new ways of working  together.  Major barrier to engagement is trust must be central to the thinking of future leaders.  3/24/20143/24/2014 2424
  • 5. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 5 The New Rules of Engagement SLAVERY The Slave Trade  THE INDUSTRIAL  REVOLUTION The period of time  Act was an Act of  Parliament of  the United  Kingdom passed on 25  March 1807 The Abolition of Slavery 1834 ‐1838 p covered by the  Industrial Revolution  varies with different  historians. A common view is that   it  was not fully felt  until  1830s to 1840s The  Industrial  Revolution  1830 ‐ 1840 The Abolition  of Slavery 1834 ‐1838 It takes  cash to care Labour was the first price,  the original purchase ‐ money that was paid for all  things  It was not by gold or cash to care • Edward Seaga things. It was not by gold or  by silver, but by labour, that  all wealth of the world was  originally purchased. Adam Smith
  • 6. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 6 "We can evade  reality,  but we cannot  “You cannot  escape the  responsibility  evade the  consequences  of evading  reality"  Ayn Rand  responsibility  of tomorrow  by evading it  today”  Abraham Lincoln March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 3131 Either You Or Your Competitor Will Find It March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 3232 The illiterate of the 21st  century will not be those  who cannot read and  write 3/24/20143/24/2014 3333 but those who cannot Learn Unlearn and Relearn ▪ Alvin Toffler by Thomas Frey  3/24/20143/24/2014 3434 www.Lwww.L TSemaTSema roughly 50%  of all the jobs  on the planeton the planet doom and  gloom  outlook? 3/24/20143/24/2014 3535 To Governments & Unions letting the world know  how quickly things are about to how quickly things are about to  change,  letting academia know  that much of the battle ahead will  be taking place at their doorstep 3/24/20143/24/2014
  • 7. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 7 Where the  jobs will be  going away The jobs that  will likely  replace some going away replace some  of them over the  coming  decades 3/24/20143/24/2014 3737 Learn  new skills    Change  career  every  5 years every    10 years 3/24/20143/24/2014 3838 3/24/20143/24/2014 3939 Education makes you trainable Training makes you employable Work Prepares you for Intimacy Work & Intimacy prepares  you for parenting The OpenCourseware Movement  took hold in 2001  MIT started recording all their  courses making them available for free online.  They currently have over 2080  courses available downloaded 131 million times. 3/24/20143/24/2014 The Khan Academy was started  with a clear and concise way of  t hi   i   d  thteaching science and math Today they offer over 2,400  courses that have been  downloaded 116 million times 3/24/20143/24/2014 The 8,000 pound gorilla in  the OpenCourseware space This platform offers over  500 000 courses from 500,000 courses from  1,000 universities that  downloaded over 700  million times Recently they also started  moving into the K‐12  space 3/24/20143/24/2014 4242
  • 8. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 8 All of these courses are free for anyone to take how do colleges, that charge steep tuitions,  compete with “free”? The OpenCourseware Movement has shown   us,  courses are becoming a commodity  Teachers only need to teach once,  record it,  then move on to another topic or something else 3/24/20143/24/2014 Learning will become more social and  game‐based, and online social  gaming may soon replace  textbooks in schools. The idea that students learn more when they  are engaged — as they are when playing  games — is helping educators embrace new games  is helping educators embrace new  technologies in the classroom.  In addition to encouraging collaborations,  games also allow students to learn from their  mistakes through trial and error. Implications: The “gamification” of education is a  controversial approach that intends to  leverage children’s sense of play and curiosity  to promote engagement and exploration.  Some critics question games’ utility in  developing critical thinking skills. 3/24/20143/24/2014 4444 Teachers TrainersTrainers Professors 3/24/20143/24/2014 Coaches Course designersCourse designers Learning camps 3/24/20143/24/2014 Until now, the utility companies  existed as a safe career path little more than storm‐related little more than storm related  outages and an occasional rate  increase  would cause industry officials to  raise their eyebrows. 3/24/20143/24/2014 has become increasingly vocal  about their concerns over  cost  long term health and cost, long‐term health and  environmental issues  relating to the current structure  and disseminating methods of  the power industry 3/24/20143/24/2014
  • 9. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 9 intended to work  inside the current  utility company  structure  structure,  the changes will  happen within the  industry itself 3/24/20143/24/2014 4949 Power generation plants will begin to close  down. Coal plants will begin to close down. Many railroad and transportation workers  ill   l  b   d dwill no longer be needed. Even wind farms, natural gas, and bio‐fuel  generators will begin to close down. Ethanol plants will be phased out or  repurposed. Utility company engineers, gone. Line repairmen, gone. 3/24/20143/24/2014 Manufacturing power generation units the size of  AC units will go into full production Installation crews will begin to work around the  clock The entire national grid will need to be taken down The entire national grid will need to be taken down  (a 20 year project)  Much of it will be recycled and the recycling process  alone will employ many thousands of people Micro‐grid operations will open in every community  requiring a new breed of engineers, managers, and  regulators Many more 3/24/20143/24/2014 Over the next 10 years we will see the first wave of  autonomous vehicles hit the roads,  some of the first inroads made by vehicles that deliver packages,  groceries, and fast‐mail envelopes. 3/24/20143/24/2014 5252 Luxury vehicles that allow you to kick back,  listen to music, have a cup of coffee,  stop wherever you need to along the way,  stay productive in transit with connections to the stay productive in transit with connections to the  Internet,  make phone calls,  even watch a movie or two,  for substantially less than the cost of today’s  limos. 3/24/20143/24/2014 5353 3/24/20143/24/2014 5454
  • 10. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 10 Taxi and limo drivers Bus & Truck drivers Gas stations, parking lots, traffic cops, traffic courts Fewer doctors and nurses will be needed to treat  injuriesinjuries. Food & Mail delivery drivers FedEx and UPS delivery jobs As people shift from owning their own vehicles to a  transportation‐on‐demand system,  the total number of vehicles manufactured will also begin  to decline. 3/24/20143/24/2014 Delivery dispatchers Traffic monitoring systems,  although automated, will require a  management teammanagement team. Automated traffic designers,  architects, and engineers Driverless “ride experience” people. Driverless operating system engineers. Emergency crews for when things go  wrong. 3/24/20143/24/2014 3/24/20143/24/2014 5757 We are moving quickly past the  robotic vacuum cleaner stage to far more complex machines 3/24/20143/24/2014 among the most impressive and  potentially useful for troops in the  immediate future being developed to act as an being developed to act as an  autonomous drone assistant will carry gear for soldiers across rough  battlefield terrain. Nearly every physical task can  conceivably be done by a robot at  some point in the future 3/24/20143/24/2014 3/24/20143/24/2014 6060
  • 11. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 11 Fishing bots will replace fishermen. Mining bots will replace miners. Ag bots will replace farmers. Inspection bots will replace human Inspection bots will replace human  inspectors. Warrior drones will replace soldiers. Robots can pick up building material  coming out of the 3D printer  and begin building a house with it 3/24/20143/24/2014 Camels ridden byCamels ridden by mechanical robotsmechanical robots race to the finishrace to the finish during a 6KM race atduring a 6KM race at the 12th Internationalthe 12th International 3/24/20143/24/2014 6262 CamelCamel jockeysjockeys werewere replacedreplaced byby mechanicalmechanical robotsrobots inin 20052005 duedue toto internationalinternational pressurepressure becausebecause camelcamel ownersowners werewere foundfound toto bebe involvedinvolved inin humanhuman trafficking,trafficking, buyingbuying childrenchildren fromfrom countriescountries likelike PakistanPakistan andand IndiaIndia forfor theirtheir smallersmaller frameframe andand lighterlighter weightweight toto rideride onon thethe camelscamels.. (REUTERS/Stephanie(REUTERS/Stephanie McGeheeMcGehee)) t e t te at o at e t te at o a Camel Race inCamel Race in KebdKebd February 14, 2012February 14, 2012 Since the ban on human  jockeys, owners have  continued to race their  camels, controlling the g whip with their remotes  as they follow the race  trackside in their jeeps 3/24/20143/24/2014 6363 Using bioprinters to repair and replace  organs. Several research centers are developing  computerized instruments that will build  living tissue layer by layer and implant it  directly into human patientsdirectly into human patients. Implications: Robots are precise, tireless workers that will  make surgical procedures less daunting,  both for the human surgeons and for their patients.  Bioprinting uses the patient’s own cells as a  catalyst, so it will help alleviate demands for  new organ donations and avoid the problem  of organ or tissue rejection. 3/24/20143/24/2014 6464 Humans will eventually “lose” the race  with robots. Even with every technological  enhancement available to them,  future human beings will not be able  to keep up with the evolutionary pace  f  b ti  h id   ith  tifi i l of robotic humanoids with artificial  intelligence. Implications: Unlike human beings, robots are  unimpeded by biological limitations  to their potential advancements.  The best we can do is to learn from  and make friends with our robotic  competitors. 3/24/20143/24/2014 6565 Robot designers, engineers,  repairmen. R b t di t hRobot dispatchers. Robot therapists. Robot trainers. Robot fashion designers. 3/24/20143/24/2014
  • 12. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 12 most of  the jobs  getting  displaced low‐level,  low‐skilled  labor  positions  3/24/20143/24/2014 6767 Mastering  NEXTThe NEXT Work Order March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 6868 K i h tKnowing what you know about you? March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 6969 LIFE ISSUES Education? W k? 5 Years 10 Years? Work? Relationship? Children? 20 Years? What decisions  are you willing  to make today? March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 7070 How to Live and also Earn a Living Leahcim Semaj Your career is like a garden.  It can hold an assortment of life’s  energy that yields a bounty for you.  You do not need to grow just one thing  in your garden.  You do not need to do just one thing in  your career. ‐ Jennifer Ritchie Payette
  • 13. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 13 1. Your Personality 2. Your Interest/Passion The Law of Dharma Seek your higher Self.  Discover your unique talents.  Ask yourself how you are best suited to  serve humanity.  Using your unique talents and serving  others brings unlimited bliss and  abundance. ▪ Your job or your hobby? Life Is Best Tackled With A 5:3:2 formation  50% ‐ on shaping the future,  %    f i   h    30% ‐ on perfecting the present,  20%  ‐ reviewing and learning from the past  You cannot safely go forward by spending all your  time viewing life through the rear view mirror. Every action generates a force of  energy that returns to us in like kind. Choosing actions that bring  happiness and success to others happiness and success to others  ensures the flow of happiness and  success to you. The world? my country? my family?  my work? my friends?  Y  Skill3. Your Skills 4. Your Education 5. Where do you want to live? 6. How do you want to live?
  • 14. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 14 The Present Viability of Post 7. Where you live 8. Where you want to live The Future Viability of Post 9. Where you live 10. Where you want to live Socialization makes you educable (Derval Malcolm) Education makes you trainablemakes you trainable Training makes you employable Attitude makes you successful 24/03/201424/03/2014 8181 Either You Or Your Competitor Will Find It Brad Anderson, CEO, SolArc, Inc March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8282 Assessed your own competencies? Upgraded your skills, knowledge, capability? What new ideas, approaches are you contributing to your workplace? What is your value added factor to your organization would you be missed?would you be missed? What percentage of your time increases the productivity % of your organization What percent is “dead zone”? Can you learn to learn? Can you learn to forget? March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8383 GOOD WORK GOOD WORK  + CROSS TRAINING   + CONTINUOUS EDUCATION = Lifetime EmployabilityLifetime Employability March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8484
  • 15. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 15 From  Departments to Teams “Is not my job!” The Customer Does  Not Care! March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8585 Cecile Johnson Semaj  March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8686 More scope for  growth  and  learning More complex  tasks for  smart people h g Less simple  tasks for  simple people  Higher entry  requirements March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8787 DO or GO Manual  • needs clerical  skills March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8888 Manual  worker • and also the  ability to make  decisions People to exercise  judgement and do the right  thing  People to figure out what  h j b k d d ithe job takes and do it Hire a "who"  rather than a "what" GROW or GO March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 8989 We can use the model used  for sales compensation No room for pay based only  on seniority PAY FOR RESULTS March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9090
  • 16. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 16 YOU GOT PAID Per Hour Per Day IF THE APPROACH TO  WORK DOES NOT  CHANGE Per Day Per Week Per Month YOU WILL GET PAID PERHAPS March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9191 The precedent has been set Sports, the arts, academia March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9292 The team  Customer  ti f ti  succeeds or  fails  together satisfaction  must be  primary task March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9393 The real (only)  basis for pay  increase Companies can no  longer increase  revenue by increase Wage demands  can not be  allowed to fuel  inflation y increasing price Price increase can  not be allowed to  drive up inflation March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9494 RETURN IN 30 DAYS • Bose Radio GUARANTEED FOR LIFE •Moen Faucets •Craftsman Tools March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9595 PRICE PROTECTION GUARANTEE • Courts HURRICANE GUARANTEE •SuperClubs •Sandals PROBLEM‐SOLVING SKILLS PEOPLE SKILLSPEOPLE SKILLS INTEGRATIVE SKILLS COMPUTENCE The Great Jobs Ahead, Harry  S. Dent Jr., 1995 March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9696
  • 17. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 17 The map keeps getting redrawn, to The map keeps getting redrawn, to  develop and innovate and remake develop and innovate and remake  what we thought was going to be what we thought was going to be T h l  k   h i  th  T h l  k   h i  th  Technology keeps changing the Technology keeps changing the  routes we take to get our projects routes we take to get our projects  from here to there.from here to there. It doesn't pay to memorize the It doesn't pay to memorize the  route, because it's going to change route, because it's going to change  soon.soon. March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9797 The compass is now more The compass is now more  important then ever.important then ever. If you don't know which If you don't know which  di ti   '   i  h   ill di ti   '   i  h   ill direction you're going, how will direction you're going, how will  you know when you're off you know when you're off  course?course? Spend time calibrating your Spend time calibrating your  compass.compass. Seth Seth GodinGodin March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9898 Enter the new era of  STRATEGIC ALLIANCES MERGERS ACQUISITIONS March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 9999 Service that  exceeds  CONTINUOUS  IMPROVEMENT EMPLOYEE exceeds  customers  expectation EMPLOYEE  INVOLVEMENT CUSTOMER FOCUS MEASUREMENT March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 100100 Doctor  Lawyer Teacher Patients Clients  StudentsTeacher Bank Airline Insurance Students Accounts Fares Policies March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 101101 C&W JA. NWC NHT Radio Lines Connections Housing Solutions ListenersRadio TV Newspaper Politician Viewers Readers Voters March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 102102
  • 18. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 18 Become a learning environment Prepare the entire work force  to change or to leave March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 103103 The greatest  obstacle to obstacle to  change Douglas Orane ‐ Grace Anthony Bell ‐ JWN Kertist Agustus ‐ CLC ▪ JEF Convention 5/98 March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 104104 Get on board and lead the crew or jump No room for  ballast barnacles March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 105105 or jump Coaches help teams solve  problems Old Order bosses design  and allocate work  and allocate work,  supervise, check, monitor and  control Teams do these things for themselves Mentors advise on long term  career development March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 106106 The team and the  process are the  reality A manager  can typically  supervise about 7 reality Coequal people  can operate with  autonomy and  fewer managers p 7 people  He can coach up  to 30 or 40 March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 107107 Less  increments Shorter  tenure Less scope  for  mobility tenure  Multi‐ skilled March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 108108
  • 19. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 19 Must be able to influence and reinforce  employees'  •values and beliefs by their words and deeds Manage by Example Practice Visible Management March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 109109 Management is doing things  right; right;  leadership is  doing the right  things March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 110110 March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 111111 ADMINISTRATE RELY ON CONTROL SHORT‐TERM VIEW EYE THE BOTTOM LINE ACCEPT STATUS QUO INNOVATE INSPIRE TRUST LONG‐RANGE PERSPECTIVE EYE THE HORIZON CHALLENGE STATUS QUO FOCUS ON STRUCTURE COMMAND IMITATE DO THINGS RIGHT MANAGE PEOPLE FOCUS ON PEOPLE COMMUNICATE ORIGINATE DO THE RIGHT THING LEAD PEOPLE • Warren Bennis, Managing People is like  Herding Cats, 1997 March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 112112 People don't want to be managed, They want to be led. Whoever heard of a world manager? World leader, yesWorld leader, yes Educational leader Political leader Religious leader Scout leader Community leader Labour leader Business leader Gang Leader They lead They don't manage March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 113113 Did he  managemanage Or lead? March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 114114
  • 20. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 20 Ask your horse You can lead your horse toy water, But you can't manage him to drink March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 115115 Manage yourself Do that well and you'll be  ready  to stop managing  And start leading March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 116116 Prepare  ourselves Ignore the  reality And benefit  from the  change y And be  victims of  change March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 117117 Aldous Huxley 118118 Anon 119119 Franklin D. Roosevelt 120120
  • 21. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 21 Every morning in Africa a gazelle wakes up it knows it must run faster it knows it must run faster  than the fastest lion  (50 mph) or it will be killed March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 121121 Every morning a lion wakes up It knows it must outrun the  slowest gazelle (50 mph) or it will starve to death March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 122122 It doesn’t matter whether  your are a lion or a gazelle When the sun comes up you better start running March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 123123 We  Must!  We We  We  Can! We  Will!! Leahcim Semaj March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 124124 Mobile: 876.383.5627 Skype: LSemaj Office: 876.948.5627 Twitter: LSemaj Email: Facebook: Leahcim Semaj Blog: 3/24/20143/24/2014 125125 Time Frame YOU Your Team Immediately Next 4 Weeks Next 4 Months March 24, 2014March 24, 2014 126126
  • 22. Leahcim Semaj - Dr. Leahcim Semaj Preparing For The NEXT Work Order 22 Mobile: 876.383.5627 Skype: LSemaj Office: 876.960.5627 Twitter: LSemaj Email: FaceBook: Leahcim.Semaj.PhD 3/24/20143/24/2014 127127