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  • How to build trust - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    s harder than ever to find people you can really trust When you find them you should do everything you can to keep them Sunday August 25th 2013 Leadership 5 Comments to How to build trust Jasmine Chan August 25 2013 Yeap Trust is a gold question Love your blog Fridays From The Frontline Clear Admit Blog August 30 2013 filled his blog with advice about how to be a stronger person who doesn t run from pain and how to make deeper connections with friends and even strangers He asked readers to think about venturing out of well established safe career paths and into more bschooladmit August 31 2013 We trust people because who showed up when it wasn t convenient So true Jeremy C Wilson September 1 2013 Thanks for the comments folks Luc Boivin September 3 2013 The post caught my attention as it happens to be the core of my family life Growing up in an environment of chaos didn t provide many examples of how to build trust My wife being a PreSchool teacher exudes trust as do my 8 12 yr old daughter son I m learning that being trustworthy requires daily investments in demonstrating a clear ability to follow through creating stability and doing exactly what I promise It also requires me to recognize what is expected of me in new relationships Because I do not naturally enjoy repeating the same process over and over I will never reach my full potential in a relationship that forces me to follow a rigid structured path For me I rely on my Core Vision being the best guide to what I invest my time other resources in At 43 I ve overcome tremendous adversity My opportunity is to teach what I know and be open

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  • Avoiding the small things that remind us of fear - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    awkward discussion that we want to avoid In every case the longer we wait the worse off we are When I was young kid my dad used to make me confront one of my fears specifically regarding being shy it s true as as kid I actually used to be shy He would make me talk to people about things I didn t know He would force me to close out transactions with clerks at the grocery store and tellers at the bank He would have me talk to people on the street bus drivers volunteers salesman and homeless persons As a very shy kid this not only made me uncomfortable but it helped me to get me out of my comfort zone At the time I didn t like how it felt Today I see it s one of the best things for me When we go about avoiding our fears we spend so much time and energy avoiding things that we reduce our chances of things working out On the other hand when we embrace these fears talk about them and dance with them we not only improve our odds of success but we also give ourselves the chance to make decisions that could change everything Update Really great video that I recently found online Sunday August 11th 2013 Leadership 2 Comments to Avoiding the small things that remind us of fear Jasmine Chan August 17 2013 I highly respect what your parents s teaching Jeremy C Wilson August 19 2013 Jasmine Chan Thanks for commenting I also appreciate the nudges It did wonders at the time Leave a comment Name required Mail will not be published required Website Message Sign me up for the newsletter Join the conversation AskJeremy Jeremy C Wilson is a JD MBA alumni

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  • Best Brands in the US - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    are the companies you will probably want to go after one day to pay your law firm bills I know people at firms who work with Aol Verizon and Bank of America My one comment and concern is trend with the size and purpose of most of these companies While many of these companies have done well running their businesses over time I would also love to see more innovative and socially conscious companies make the list Start ups nonprofits or bigger companies who care more about the world around them and are doing more about it Starbucks does come to mind as one of those companies that did make the list Otherwise it s a pretty interesting list to discuss Do you see any companies that should be on the list but didn t make it Dell Google and again McDonalds I d be curious to hear your thoughts NOTE By the way a hat tip to my friend PJ Leonard who recently started as a Product Manager at Starbucks corporate headquarters in Seattle on Monday CLICK HERE for the full article Thursday June 27th 2013 Business School Leadership TAGS MBA 1 Comment to Best Brands in the US Ronald Seim February 15 2014 Isn t Boeing in Washington It has to be bigger than Starbucks Leave a comment Name required Mail will not be published required Website Message Sign me up for the newsletter Join the conversation AskJeremy Jeremy C Wilson is a JD MBA alumni using his site to share information on education the social enterprise revolution entrepreneurship and doing things differently Feel free to send along questions or comments as you read EducationMatters Share your education story Thank you Chicago for the nomination Apply to Join MLT Apply to Join NLC Learn about the JD MBA

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  • In 10 Years - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    There will be twice as many Facebook users Online dating will be the best way to find a partner and get married The legal profession will get smaller Fewer people will pass the bar and work at big firms MBAs will still flock to consulting and banking jobs Your airport experience will be entirely digital the check ins baggage check ticket swaps everything Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding will be the norm not the hot topic of the day Social networks will be video based People will still be biased against people of other races genders and socio economic backgrounds Then what will happen ten years after that Saturday June 8th 2013 Leadership No comments yet Leave a comment Name required Mail will not be published required Website Message Sign me up for the newsletter Join the conversation AskJeremy Jeremy C Wilson is a JD MBA alumni using his site to share information on education the social enterprise revolution entrepreneurship and doing things differently Feel free to send along questions or comments as you read EducationMatters Share your education story Thank you Chicago for the nomination Apply to Join MLT Apply to Join NLC Learn about the JD MBA program Please Vote

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  • Risk and Reward - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    passion Your art It s easy to to avoid risk at all costs That whenever possible you mitigate risks with the products you launch or the people you meet by only taking things that look flawless and where there is no downside But there s just one problem In almost every single situation a small increase in risk can double the reward And where there s more downside there is also often upside Taking that first step can be impossibly hard But it s almost always worth it in the end Just a thought Saturday June 1st 2013 Leadership TAGS Entrepreneurship Leadership No comments yet Leave a comment Name required Mail will not be published required Website Message Sign me up for the newsletter Join the conversation AskJeremy Jeremy C Wilson is a JD MBA alumni using his site to share information on education the social enterprise revolution entrepreneurship and doing things differently Feel free to send along questions or comments as you read EducationMatters Share your education story Thank you Chicago for the nomination Apply to Join MLT Apply to Join NLC Learn about the JD MBA program Please Vote Recent Posts Please vote A month in at Winston

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  • Little changes ==> Big differences - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    same story happen every single year The kid in grade school playing hockey for his school team As we learned from Malcolm Gladwell in Outliers a few months change in birthdate can make all the difference Remember the children born on January 1 play in the same league as those born on December 31 in the same year Because children born earlier in the year are bigger and more mature than their younger competitors they are often identified as better athletes get extra coaching and a higher likelihood of being selected for elite hockey leagues All because of a few months And the yoga practitioner who has been working on a headstand But once they learn to engage their core and just push their elbows in one more inch one day all of a sudden they feel more stronger more grounded and can get into a pose easier than ever The ideas above are all different but all have one important thing in common That sometimes we aren t as far away from success as we think That change is often more closer than we imagine And if we take a step back think about it and embrace it we might just be one small step away from changing everything Saturday December 14th 2013 Business School No comments yet Leave a comment Name required Mail will not be published required Website Message Sign me up for the newsletter Join the conversation AskJeremy Jeremy C Wilson is a JD MBA alumni using his site to share information on education the social enterprise revolution entrepreneurship and doing things differently Feel free to send along questions or comments as you read EducationMatters Share your education story Thank you Chicago for the nomination Apply to Join MLT Apply to Join NLC Learn about the

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  • Fungal > Viral - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    fungal might also be the best option When you re fungal your idea doesn t rely on hitting a tipping point or growing in two days It can also move slowly Person by person And view by view Likewise it can also work in the dark and keep growing when people are sleeping and spreading drip by drip And then one day everyone will be forced to pay attention because one day you will become the best in the world If you have a choice viral might be the quickest option and most provocative way to create change But sometimes fungal is a much better long term strategy Just a thought Sunday November 17th 2013 Business School No comments yet Leave a comment Name required Mail will not be published required Website Message Sign me up for the newsletter Join the conversation AskJeremy Jeremy C Wilson is a JD MBA alumni using his site to share information on education the social enterprise revolution entrepreneurship and doing things differently Feel free to send along questions or comments as you read EducationMatters Share your education story Thank you Chicago for the nomination Apply to Join MLT Apply to Join NLC Learn about

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  • A few thoughts I shared with Teach for America recruits at the Latino Summit on Saturday - JEREMYCWILSON.COM | JEREMYCWILSON.COM
    Make courses open book and open note In general there s not much need to memorize things anymore Even as a lawyer I never have to memorize anything Anything worth memorizing is also usually worth looking up Move towards more focused education instead of one sized fits all education Being focused is how everything else works in the world today Think about the automobile industry The idea used to be you can only buy the same model of a car in black but now you can get any car you want in any color Education should be the same more options for more people depending on what they want need And we have the people and technology to do it Spend more time measuring experiences and less time measuring test scores In today s world experiences matter a lot more for employers How you solve problems how you work with other people and times when you bounced back from failure This might suggest no more multiple choice exams Multiple choice exams were created because using them was an easy to come up with a score and differentiate people in a mass market where all jobs were the same But with better technology more differentiation and more experience based projects education needs to start thinking about a change Find more way to embrace cooperation and to get rid of isolation Why do anything where we have people do it all alone It s not how the majority of jobs work Most of us work in teams a lot And the skill is critical to underprivileged communities where the skill isn t taught early enough and where first generation students are at a big disadvantage These are just a few thoughts I remember sharing with the group yesterday There were a lot

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