SHIELD Weekly Highlights #2

Hello Shielders👋

The week has come to an end, and Friday is officially upon us. That means another edition of SHIELD Weekly Highlights.

This weeks’ highlights feature 3 content pieces that we feel that we feel are not only extraordinary but also deserve to be read by anyone using LinkedIn actively.


This Week’s Key Takeaways 🎯

👉 A long-term perspective is the only way of getting results. You can’t get fit if you don’t work out!

👉 A weakness can be an advantage if we merely change our perspective.

👉 Facing your weaknesses can inspire others to face theirs.

👉 Respect every person you come across! It is ultimately a reflection of your character!


Frank B. Mengert

We start this weeks’ highlights off with Frank B. Mengert and his post about consistency and long-term results.

Should you desire to read the post on Linkedin, it is available here: Frank B. Mengert – Why do so many people have problems with consistency?

Frank urges consistency and argues that a long-term perspective is the only way of getting results.

Frank argues that people want immediate results without actually putting in the work. He states that life is a marathon, not a sprint, and therefore consistency and patience are key.

Furthermore, Frank underlines his post with a video in his usual engaging, and enthusiastic manner.

We highly encourage you to give Frank’s post a read, view and like!


Miguel Olave

Next up, we have Miguel Olave and his post on mental health.

Should you desire to read the post on Linkedin, it is available here: Miguel Olave – What if my weakness is my greatest strength…

In the post, Miguel shares his own struggles with mental health.

He also states that our weaknesses can be our advantages if we merely choose to change our perspective.

Miguel argues that facing our weaknesses, and sharing our experiences, can inspire others to face theirs.

Please go ahead and give Miguel’s post a read and a like!


Shaneé Moret

The last spot on our weekly top 3 goes to Shaneé Moret and her post on respect and integrity.

Should you desire to read the post on Linkedin, it is available here: Shaneé Moret – Dear job candidate, If you don’t greet the receptionist or the janitor…

Shaneé urges you to respect the people you come across every day, not just the people you meet in a professional setting.

Shaneé states that how you treat the people you come across, is ultimately a reflection of your character.

Please give Shaneé’s post a read and a like!


This Week’s Key Takeaways 🎯

👉 A long-term perspective is the only way of getting results. You can’t get fit if you don’t work out!

👉 A weakness can be an advantage if we merely change our perspective.

👉 Facing your weaknesses can inspire others to face theirs.

👉 Respect every person you come across! It is ultimately a reflection of your character!


That’s it for this week, everybody. Keep up the amazing content and come back next week for another edition of SHIELD Weekly Highlights. In the meantime, please stick around the SHIELD blog for many of our other articles.

Happy Friday!

Thanks,
The SHIELD team


If you enjoyed this week’s rundown, then please check out our other editions of SHIELD Weekly Highlights!

SHIELD Weekly Highlights #1 (January 10th, 2020)