MEN LEAVING LEGACY ON PURPOSE
Host and Facilitator JWYANZA WATT "My dad said, ‘I’m going to be in charge of my legacy. I’m going to be the chief legacy officer in my family. And I’m going to teach people how to be effective in relationships. He took control of the legacy. It is about the power of their vision’ All of us have a seed. We have someone waiting on us to establish their legacy. Legacy is very closely tied to purpose. In fact, legacy is an extended purpose. It goes well beyond you and your years. Whether it’s an organization, a job, a ministry, a family member or a child. We all have our legacy waiting for us. A big part of my legacy is my three sons. It is said that the only thing you take with you when you’re gone is what you leave behind. What is your legacy?
Why is Finding Your Forte Important? All too often, professionals are merely focused on doing their job and don’t have the opportunity to be strategic about performing in a way that plays to their strengths, leverages their passions and rewards them in ways that motivate them. Using purpose as an engagement strategy drives satisfaction, job performance and retention. This empowers you to put yourself in a position to have not just a job…or even a career...but a calling – as a way of living. It doesn’t have to mean immediate abrupt and risky change. It does give you a long term vision so you can move in the right direction. You Need a FORTE becauseYour Best Needs A Plan
Stronger business and career performance
Leadership from Your Strength
Engagement and Fulfillment
Your Most Organic Success
FIND YOUR FORTE
Jwyanza Watt Speaker & Facilitator Operations Executive, AT&T Purpose To urge, support and coach men to leading functional families.
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