A principle in life instilled in me ever since childhood was to make positive impacts in the world I live in. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam said, “If you want to leave your footprints on the sands of time, do not drag your feet.”
So it’s a new year, and often with a new year comes resolutions that people look to accomplish. Whether you’re looking to move up the corporate ladder, start a business for the first time or even looking to leave your “9-5” to pursue full time entrepreneurship, the road ahead can indeed be a challenging one. The great news is that despite the challenges, success is not only attainable for you this year but almost a guarantee with certain actionable habits.
Our region, specifically our city, has been experiencing a renaissance as of late, fueled in large part by our rediscovery and reutilization of our heritage.
To better ourselves as young professionals, we need to take steps to grow our network and strengthen our career path.
Taking these steps often means putting yourself in a situation you have never been in before. Maybe it is attending a professional development event or seeking a mentor.
To celebrate our members and their accomplishments, we have started a Member Spotlight blog series.
This month, Partnership Member Meals on Wheels for Western New York shares information about partnership opportunities, their upcoming Plate Expectations event and the value of networking with our region’s business community.
Our team at the Partnership is extremely committed to the success of the Buffalo Niagara region. Not only does it show in their day-to-day work, but also in how they spend their free time.
We want to share their work as a way to showcase our community involvement and let you know of the additional ways, outside of the office, that you can connect with our staff on a personal level:
With so much talk about change taking place in our region, many are wondering how they can get involved and help move Buffalo Niagara in the right direction.