Six Ways to Learn Your Personal Leadership Style
Sep16

Six Ways to Learn Your Personal Leadership Style

If you’ve been part of a team, group project or committee, you probably noticed that some people seem as if they were “born to lead.” Or maybe your friend can play the guitar or is an amazing artist. We all have our own unique talents, and these strengths can be used in many ways. When we identify our own natural abilities, we can focus on doing what we do best, but our team will also be able to accomplish more. The benefits of...

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Concerts and Connecting: Where does common ground come into play?
May04

Concerts and Connecting: Where does common ground come into play?

A few weeks ago, I headed down south to the land of the pines for the 85th Georgia FFA State Convention. As a music lover, one of my favorite parts is always the convention concert on Friday night. I knew the band was undoubtedly talented, but there was a question I was waiting to be answered: Will they connect with the crowd? The Farm answered that question quickly with a hand-clappin’, beach ball-bouncin’, beautifully...

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Waiting on a Train
Apr30

Waiting on a Train

Just a few weeks ago, Kalie and I had the opportunity to travel to the great State of Texas to visit with National FFA partners. After a day full of visits and driving around the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, we found ourselves in a spot that no tired driver/passenger wants to be found in……… That’s right, we got stuck waiting on a train. You know they say that everything is bigger in Texas and the length of this train only confirmed that. As...

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B.R.O. Tips
Apr24

B.R.O. Tips

“Brotip #1544 – Whenever you think about giving up, think about why you’ve kept going this long” “Brotip #100 – Being a bro has nothing to do with gender, if you’re rad and forever legit, you’ve got what it takes.” “Brotip #1 – There’s a 99% chance that you’re awesome act like it.”   BroTips! In the five Session of the most recent National Convention, 2011-2012 Eastern Region Vice President Kenny Quick opened his session by...

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National FFA Secretary Kalie Hall reports from Arkansas
Jan15

National FFA Secretary Kalie Hall reports from Arkansas

This month the National FFA Officer team traveled to Arkansas to kick off their year of service. In this video, Kalie Hall reports on some of things they experiences and people they met, and poses a thought-provoking question: Why knowledge do you have that can be turned into action?...

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