8 personal values that you can tweet

Keep it simple. To me, this means breaking things down into 3’s. What do you value?

According to my personal coach, Joe Cohen, personal values are a powerful tool for evaluating what’s important.

Here is a list of eight of my personal values. Since what we value influences our behavior, think of this as a “user guide” to Eisaiah.

Which of these values do we share? I want to hear from you on Twitter! Tag me @eisaiah_e.

Invest long-term. To me, this means committing to productivity growth. What do you value? @eisaiah_e @j40pillars #personalvalues #personalgrowth #positivity #success #selfdiscovery

Invest long-term. To me, this means committing to productivity growth.

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One millennial’s review of AT&T’s Workforce 2020

Picture of a modern workspace.
Naunce_09” by K2 Space is licensed via CC BY 2.0. Office is not AT&T.

In February of this year, AT&T’s CEO, Randall Stephenson, was quoted as telling employees, “There is a need to retool yourself, and you should not expect to stop.” I was excited to read this.

Fast forward to today.

As I was flipping through the pages of the latest Harvard Business Review, Inside AT&T’s Radical Talent Overhaul caught my eye. Interested to see how Randall’s retooling was going, I poured over every word of the article.

The article explained that AT&T is calling its talent overhaul program “Workforce 2020.” It is a company culture reboot of unprecedented scale. Many aspects of the program make sense to me as a millennial; here are my top three features:

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