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Team members from Dynamic Edge Consulting are focused on learning and professional development! This past weekend, the crew attended their Fall Leadership Development Seminar at the Courtyard Marriott in Orange County. Top performing industry leaders were selected to address the crowd of several hundred business professionals. Speakers covered a variety of topics, such as: mental strength and toughness, time and priority management, organizational expansion planning, and how to be a productive leader.

One of the speakers opened up with a quote from President Abraham Lincoln, where he said, “Give me six hours to cut down a tree, and I’ll spend the first four hours sharpening my saw.” That intro led into talking about the importance of taking the time for professional development, “sharpening that saw”, and the role that that plays in helping one achieve their goals.

The next speaker talked about how Jeff Bezos recently hit the net worth mark of 93 billion. “Your level of influence is directly correlated to your success,” he said. The speaker continued to give the audience notes on becoming stronger, more influential leaders in their field.

The final speaker talked about mental toughness and how mindset is a choice. He went on to give some tips on how people could start changing their mindset. This included reading books more often; the speaker suggested that the audience read the book, “Choose Yourself.” His next tip? Challenge conventional wisdom. You can change the way you think, just by deciding to do so. His final tip was to “have an attitude of gratitude.” Be grateful for the opportunity to have success, and for other people and their successes. “Gratitude and envy cannot live in the same heart,” he said.

By the end of the Leadership Development Seminar, the Dynamic Edge Consulting crew had pages of notes, and they were excited to get back to work, and to attack their goals. It was definitely a great learning experience and time well spent.

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Watch the video on YouTube to hear team members talk about their experience at the event!

The Dynamic Edge Consulting team helped raise over $2500 to benefit Operation Smile over the weekend! The team posted up on the pier in Huntington Beach and offered beach-goers a chance to pie their team in the face in exchange for a donation to Operation Smile.

Other team members hit the beach with coolers offering water and Gatorade to donors. Beach-goers loved the opportunity to pie someone in the face for a good cause, and the team enjoyed doing something great for charity.

“I have always wanted to give back to my community and we’re always looking for ways to give to charities and non-profit organizations. When we have fundraisers for Operation Smile, it gives us an opportunity to come together as an office and accomplish something for many people. Not only is it great helping people in need but it’s also amazing doing this while building strong relationships with your colleagues. Whether it’s people in the office or people in third-world countries, this is a ‘people-helping-people business’ and that’s what I love about this company,” said Jaime, a Dynamic Edge Consulting team member, when he was asked about the event.

After the fundraiser, the team enjoyed lunch at Sharky’s and then played volleyball together on the beach.

Operation Smile is an international medical charity that has provided hundreds of thousands of free surgeries for children and young adults in developing countries who are born with cleft lip, cleft palate or other facial deformities. It is one of the oldest and largest volunteer-based organizations dedicated to improving the health and lives of children worldwide through access to surgical care.

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Dynamic Edge Consulting team members headed to Orange County for their Q4 Leadership Development Seminar. The meeting featured speakers from a variety of backgrounds, all who have proven themselves to be leaders in the industry. It was a great way to get some extra coaching and development outside of the office.