The Journey to Great


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Alicia is a resilient change agent who is focused and determined. She has a background in training, development, process improvement, mentoring, and project management. She has a BA from Texas Tech University in psychology and has a powerful message about our Journey to being Great.

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  • Epiphany- asudden, intuitive perceptionof or insight into the reality or essential meaning of something,Revelation- something revealed or disclosed, especially a striking disclosure, as of something not before realized.Opportunity- asituation or condition favorable for attainmentof a goal.
  • SMART – Specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound
  • Marriage, death, birth, projects, new managers
  • What better time to start a new career or go back to school or pick up a new hobby. Approximately 44 years of working don’t you want to spend that doing something meaningful, purposeful and specific for you?
  • The Journey to Great

    1. 1. The Journey to GreatFinding and staying on your path
    2. 2. Epiphany, Revelation , Opportunity or Circumstances
    3. 3. Strategizing• Have a plan• Set goals• Create objectivesMake these as specific as possible to help youachieve them.
    4. 4. Building Momentum
    5. 5. Road Blocks“Fear changes who you were created to be.” - A. M. McKinley
    6. 6. Help!• 9-12 people helped him move the rock. – Business associates – Your friends – Your support group – Your family – Strangers
    7. 7. DistractionsThings that momentarily take your focus off the path
    8. 8. Motivators• Self• Spouse• Children• Goals• Desires to… “Greatness is contagious.” - T.D. Jakes
    9. 9. Course Correcting• According to Gallup polls the average age for a person to retire is up one year from 2011. The current age is 67.“Most people dont have one, life changing event butmultiple events that change their life.” - A. M. McKinley
    10. 10. Repeat• Epiphany, revelation, opportunity• Strategizing• Building momentum• Road blocks• Help• Distractions• Motivators“Excellence is not a destination; it is a continuousjourney that never ends.” - Brian Tracy
    11. 11. You are the Master of Your Destiny Written by Alicia M. McKinley
    12. 12. Comments and Questions