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For me, the month of February means three things: the Super Bowl, Valentines Day, and Regional Conferences. The first I watch for the commercials, the second I spend with my family, and the third I wait for all year round. Regional conferences are filled with networking, student presentations, and activities. They are the conferences that allow your hard work to be showcased and shared with the schools around you. They allow for reconnection with the friends you’ve made at camp, at LTI’s, at prior regional and state conferences. While the Regional Conference is something that I wait for…

With the holiday season upon us, it is time for leaders all around the world to emphasize the importance of service and giving. The idea of service and giving is thinking about everyone but yourself. We as people have so much to be thankful for, and having the awareness to know others are less fortunate is VERY important. Perspective is power, and as leaders we have an amazing opportunity to use it to our advantage.
 
How to serve others in 4 easy steps:
 
Having the perspective to know that others are in need is very important, and is also the first step. It  is a…

With the holidays right around the corner, it’s the season for giving- the season for Servant Leadership. Servant Leadership is taking action to do things that will benefit others, without expecting anything back in return. It’s the most rewarding, yet the least recognized type of service, which can make it hard to stay motivated. When being a servant leader, you have to remember three important things: the WHO, the WHAT, and the WHY.

WHO are you affecting: A good way to stay driven is to think about who you're affecting. For some, the holidays can be the most difficult time of the…

The Tips, Tricks, and Treats of Leadership:
 
Of all the times I have gone trick-or-treating on Halloween, I have likely uttered some rendition of the words “trick-or-treat” over a thousand times. However, I have never actually been met with a trick. Leadership is very similar, while sometimes it might feel like you’re preparing yourself for a trick, the outcome is almost always a treat. In this spirit, I’ve prepared a list of some tips, tricks, and treats to inspire you on your path to leadership this fall season.

Tips: If you listen to any of the advice given to you…

Hurricane Relief: If your student group is looking for a quick, yet crucial service project, please consider donating to the Hurricane Michael Relief efforts. The Florida Student Council Association is ready to accept any and all donations to help families in need. The following is a short list of items they are requesting:

  • Propane tanks
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