You must be the world's biggest narcissist for you to be interested in a method and system around your Ego. A self-aware one at that, but that's a good thing. It's good because you are conscious that your Ego may be too big for your britches, or you want to learn how to manage it. It's not enough that one's Ego is a big problem that can ruin vast aspects of your life: your relationships with family and friends, your work ethic, and your general outlook towards this thing we call life. If you're looking for an opportunity to create balance and fix a problem, take steps to make severe changes in your life, join me. The Ego is with us every day; emotions trigger it, but how do we manage it? The Ego disrupts our train of thought if we feel threaten or not included. Some want to get a giant Ego to feel accomplished, while others want to minimize their Ego to get through for a better outcome. Because of this, my egotistical friend, this is the method for you. In “Back Up Ego, I Got This,” Ms. Cole encourages participates to create balance, normalcy for them and no one else • Steps to making the first move to freedom of no pressure • How to take back control, not using your ego • Remember how to be you
About the Speaker
Cornita Cole A versatile and experienced operational and technical leader with honed and acclaimed capabilities to execute and monitor multifaceted programs and projects. I am known as the process improver! Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. 13 years in Commercial Real Estate Services: Client Management, Construction Project Management, Transition Management, Merge & Acquisition, Government Tenant Transactions and Technical Process Improvement. Cornita received her undergraduate degree from HBCU, Norfolk State University and graduate studies at American Intercontinental College in London Fun Facts in Cornita’s own words: Habitual learner and book title geek. I have been a lover of travel and wellness most of my life. I recently donated my kidney to a stranger in exchange for my daughter to receive a healthy kidney and I wrote a children’s book telling our story. Speaking of books, I have a book title for most monumental accomplishment that I achieved in my life, hoping to actual write the books one day. I once traveled to three different countries in three months, settling in each country for 30 days each. The three countries were (Portugal, Spain and South Africa). Looking forward to more travel in the near future.
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