Kariem-Abdul Salaam, Director
Project M.O.S.T. places a strong emphasis on success. Being an effective leader is one of the dimensions that enhances that success. Our approach is an “inside-out” approach. As Stephen Covey states in his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, “private victory comes before public victory”. Click of the following link to view an informative and thought-provoking presentation on “Inner Leadership”: Inner Leadership
In the first M.O.S.T. Success Meeting for the fall semester, the primary emphasis was on preparation for student success and creating a vision for success. The following is a copy of the presentation on student success: How To Prepare For College Success
Success as a student as well as in life has a great deal to do with the habits we have chosen. These habits control most of what we do in our daily lives and in most cases, dictate our accomplishments and our failures. Click on the following link to learn more about the impact of HABITS. HABITS DIE HARD
There is a great deal of researched and published material that expound on the effects of Positive Thinking. However, it’s equally (or maybe more) important to be aware of the power of taking positive action. Review the following information on “The Power of Positive Doing”. The Power of Positive Doing 2
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