“I want my readers to understand, education does not replace experience. Reading will help, but if you want to see real improvement you must ‘do’.”

A.L.H.S

I want to share a quick thought with my readers. It’s important to understand the difference between education and experience. I’ve taken formal courses in public speaking, communication, and team/social dynamics. I’ve also had the opportunity to learn from experience–leading teams, delivering speeches, and interacting with individuals from all over the world. In this blog I draw on both my education and experience.

I want my readers to understand, education does not replace experience. Reading will help, but if you want to see real improvement you must “do”. You must go out and work with teams, interact with people, and work on your public speaking.

Keep that in the back of your mind as you continue to read. As always thank you for reading my blog.

Published by A.L.H.S.

I'm a young man looking to share his light with the world. I've had the opportunity to lead diverse teams of emergency responders, planners, trainers, and human resource professionals. I've previously served as President of a Toastmasters (Public Speaking) club. Fun fact, I've lived and worked in 3 different countries. My academic background is in Emergency Management and Political Science.

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