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Success today requires us to see leadership and life as pieces of the same puzzle. This course teaches a method for improving performance in all domains of life -- work, home, community, and self …

Success today requires us to see leadership and life as pieces of the same puzzle. This course teaches a method for improving performance in all domains of life -- work, home, community, and self (mind, body, spirit) -- by being real, being whole, and being innovative.

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  • 1. coursera.org Statement of Accomplishment WITH DISTINCTION JULY 08, 2014 DOM FERNANDEZ HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA'S ONLINE OFFERING OF Better Leader, Richer Life Success today requires us to see leadership and life as pieces of the same puzzle. This course teaches a method for improving performance in all domains of life -- work, home, community, and self (mind, body, spirit) -- by being real, being whole, and being innovative. PROF. STEWART D. FRIEDMAN, PHD THE WHARTON SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA THIS STATEMENT OF ACCOMPLISHMENT IS NOT A UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA DEGREE; AND IT DOES NOT VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF THE STUDENT; PLEASE NOTE: THIS ONLINE OFFERING DOES NOT REFLECT THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM OFFERED TO STUDENTS ENROLLED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT AFFIRM THAT THIS STUDENT WAS ENROLLED AS A STUDENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA IN ANY WAY. IT DOES NOT CONFER A UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA GRADE; IT DOES NOT CONFER UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CREDIT; IT DOES NOT CONFER ANY CREDENTIAL TO THE STUDENT.