Rebecca Sounds Reveille – Wake Up To – The 7 Virtues of a Notable Person – Episode #2 of “The Seven Series”
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By TLB Media Director & RSR Show Host: Rebecca L. Mahan
There is a lot of information out there about the traits of a good leader overall or a leader for any specific occupation. There is a lot of information on the characteristics of people who have healthy relationships. What would happen if you could take 7 virtues that would apply to any type of job or any type of relationship put them into use?
Think of this on the home front, at work, in the community, and as a nation.
While there are many traits that will make a person notable and moving ahead, reducing conflict, and having healthy relationships, the foundation can be solidified across them all with the following:
This episode gets into the details of these virtues so that if we each personally incorporate them, a massive positive change will occur.
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About your host Rebecca L. Mahan: Rebecca is The Liberty Beacon Project Media Director, Host of TLBTV’s Rebecca Sounds Reveille, a United Stated Marine Corps veteran and a retired police officer of over 10 years. Rebecca is a published author and had been a long running columnist for a community college newspaper. She has also been an award winning radio show host and has produced, booked, and interviewed guests for her shows. Her education includes: Associates degrees in Christian Studies, General Education, General Business Management, and Law Enforcement. Rebecca also has a Bachelor’s degrees in Church Ministry and Occupational Studies -Vocational Arts, as well as a Master’s degree in Biblical Studies. She is a certified Mediator and Event Planner.
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