Staying in a World of Possibilities

I am a graduate of Landmark Education – a transformational/leadership program. Reflecting on this education, I am reminded that my work is not about me, it is about those who I inspire. For all of us working in environmental health education, it is not how hard we work, but how much we inspire and motivate our audiences so they can transform their environments and improve their health.

Below is a video about Ben Zander, a conductor of an orchestra, who shares how all of us can work, no matter what field we are in.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. David Ford
    Oct 23, 2008 @ 21:31:23

    I love this video!


  2. Trackback: My work is not about me « Landmark Education and the Landmark Forum: One Person’s Perspective

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