Frankly you get sick and tired of being surrounded by the uppity, the simple, and those who carry the hard core attitude and hostility. You desire to express to the stuck up- take the wide and long stick of lard out of your behind and shove it. You want to tell the simple to be open-minded and learn more, but you instead have to continue to share this world with them. Then there are the horrible, the worst of all of them- those who live with a bad attitude (especially if they themselves do not see it, want to change it, or cannot change it due to weaknesses on their part but of course it is everyone else’s fault) and who have difficulty using empathetic understanding but instead react like a lunatic to something so innocent. Here is a simple lesson, next time somebody offends you (and typically it is not a real reason anyway, but just you needing to lighten up or enlighten yourself on how others move through this world) tell your own self to put something in your mouth and shove it.
One person who personifies inner beauty and possesses the tools to not become like what was mentioned above is, well actually it is not a person, but merely an enterprise. Well, more so what that enterprise was built on. The foundation of something great typically derives from emotional intelligence and the other precious elements from that arrive later.
Businesses of today are typically successes not only because of what they do or how they do it, or the quality of them, or the quality of what is being offered- but the knowledge of the human differences and how to properly react to any human difference. Because let us face it, people have different backgrounds, different characters, different senses of humor, different patience levels, different verbiage, different communication styles, and they all express differences but simultaneously being the same type altogether.
One company may not be Black-owned, but one amazing and brilliant Black woman has and still is accomplishing wondrous moves for, oooohhhhhh just a little company named Wal-Mart. A company that was built on service instead of the elements that can kill a dream and a company, Rosalind G. Brewer embodies success in every way! Glass ceiling? What glass ceiling she said!
The Spelman College alumnus teared through the glass ceiling with every force possible, and then for good measure she tore down more doors to travel to where she needed to be in the professional realm.
She absolutely deserves her title of President and CEO, as she became the first African American CEO of a Wal-Mart division! After this momentum triumph and her great accomplishment, Lockheed Martin and her alma mater, the respected Spelman College asked her to serve on their board. Now, this is what hard work, developing your own self, true commitment, dedication, and having a well-balanced and sensible attitude get you. (not that it is only about attaining career success, but it is just about being an evolved, sensible, and well-balanced human being)
We salute Rosalind G. Brewer!
This was of course a BIO short clip of Brewer, but for those who wish to learn more about this ground-breaking woman, click here! You will not regret it!