I paid to hang out with 40-60 people in college. It was a wise, long-term investment. Those who scoff at the idea of “paying for friends” (joining a fraternity) don’t connect the dots. “Time is money,” so any time you … Continued
What a guy right? Simon Sinek may have led one of the most insightful and impactful TED Talks. It certainly struck a chord within Greek Life, and has been a part of almost every leadership conference I’ve attended.(somewhere near 100) … Continued
The “message map” gave me a simple way to communicate that pitch to those collaborating with me. Humans are visual creatures, and being able to see something mapped out will speak to someone better than a long-winded explanation or page full of words. The key point of a message map is that it can visually or verbally get your point across within 15-30 seconds.
“Bigger is better” is an occasionally destructive mindset plaguing the American people. We imagine that the most popular politicians, rappers, or food chains produce the best content, but that is too far from the truth. No one considers McDonald’s the … Continued
This might be a great post for those who are advising for the first time, who want to switch up their practices, or for chapter officers. The challenge of positional leadership is that it inevitably creates a divide between you … Continued
What would your founders think of the way your fraternity or sorority operates today? We ask that to students, and I’d like more students to ask it of advisers and fraternity/sorority professionals. Here’s why: Beyond the tens and thousands of … Continued