Thursday, April 17, 2014

Standing Tall Workshop-April 16, 2014

Mr. Noble,

 

I enjoyed the Standing Tall Workshop so much. It was very inspiring and encouraging. I’d like to share one of the codes I’d like to Stand for.

V. It is your choice, and you choice alone, to turn that frown upside-down.

 

Thank you for encouraging others to Stand Tall.

 

Keri Owen

NCPC Grant Assistant

Mercer Family Resources Center

535 W. Yellowstone

Casper, WY  82601

 

(307) 265-7366 Main

(307) 233-4262 Direct

 

 

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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Standing Tall January 14, 2014 Sheridan Wyoming

I was very impressed with the presentation and have since completed my code which took some soul searching.  The one principle (#9 in my code) that I love and have displayed through the years is “Success is not the key to happiness.  Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. (A. Schweitzer). 

 

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 707, Sheridan, WY  82801

307-672-2485 phone / 307-672-7321 fax

www.sheridanwyomingchamber.org

KarenMyers@sheridanwyomingchamber.org

 

 

Monday, February 24, 2014

Standing Tall Program

I was very impressed with the standing tall program.  I have contacted the local school district, shared the idea and offered to help them implement the program in the district if they are interested.  I have purchased a number of the “Cowboy Ethics” book to share with friends and family. 

Principle:  Always behave so that you can be proud to say, “I did that.”

 

Tom Allred

Worland, WY

tallred@mwfbi.com

Awesome

Thank you, Awesome, really makes you think!!!

 

 

 

 

Jared Vielleux

Agent

Farm Bureau financial Services

1402 Front Street

PO BOX 146

Fort Benton MT. 59442

406-622-3821 Office

406-622-3758 Fax

406-621-5910 Cell

jvielleu@mwfbi.com

 

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Friday, February 14, 2014

Standing Tall/Cowboy Ethics

One of the biggest ones I walked out of the workshop with that I think about every day

"Conduct yourself every minute as if your children are watching and make them proud!"
 
Thank you Kent!  Look forward to having you back in the future!

Tristan Johnson
Vice President
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
(307) 638-3388

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Standing Tall Program

I have attended several Professional Development/Leadership Workshops and have read several books as well.  In every instance I came away from those workshops and books with a sense of still missing something and not getting what I had hoped for.  That changed with the Standing Tall Workshop.  I came away from this workshop with a sense of accomplishment, inspiration and dedication to make not only my life better but also the lives of all that I interact with, especially my family.  This workshop is not just about being successful in your business or career, it goes much deeper and really is about being successful in all aspects of your life.  I would highly recommend this program to all, young and old and would strongly suggest that it needs to be part of the educational curriculum at all levels. 

 

A principle from my code that is the most meaningful is my Try Principle:  “All it takes is all you’ve got”

 

Doug Zalesky, Ph.D.

Director, Laramie Research and Extension Center

University of Wyoming

1174 Snowy Range Road

Laramie, WY  82070

Office:  307/766-3665

dzalesky@uwyo.edu

 

Standing Tall

Thank You for the seminar! It was awesome! Always a good thing to examine how you are perceived by others and how your actions and reactions effect your team! Boy the work / life balance subject continues to be a struggle and we can never be reminded of this enough! I am blessed to have a very understanding Wife but will put the same focus on my family life as I do on my professional life!

 

Thank You,

 

Chris Meddleton

Operations Manager

Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies

(307)258-2908

cmeddleton@foodbankrockies.org

 

Fight the Good Fight! Never Surrender! …….Triumph

 

 




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