Is Your Personality Propelling You Forward or Holding You Back?
Workshop: Habits of Highly Successful People
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Studies have shown again and again that employers hire candidates whom they like. Though technical skills are significantly important in job seeking, the personality factor can get in the way. At Sehin’s workshop, attendees learn how to develop a personality that no employer can resist.
- Know your passion
- Embrace who you are and never compare yourself with others
- Design your life
- Embrace failure; it’s part of the success journey
- Embrace positive thoughts
- Invest your time wisely
Sehin Belew was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia during the reign of Haile Selassie, the country’s last emperor. In 1974, Ethiopia experienced political chaos, but it was a devastating famine the same year that prompted Sehin, a high school student at the time, to spend two years as a volunteer with the Society of International Missionaries (SIM), an international aid group. She helped feed thousands of starving people, an experience that profoundly changed her life.
Sehin moved to the United States in 1978 to attend college. After graduating with honors with a degree in Business Administration, she spent the first five years working full-time with the homeless in Bloomington, IL.
She also worked for 10 years as a professional model and was crowned Miss Ethiopia in 1988—the first to be crowned in 20 years! Pageant officials had to locate Miss Ethiopia of 1968 and fly her from Germany to Washington, DC to crown Sehin. This was a very historical moment as she was the thread to connect a 20-year gap in Ethiopian beauty pageantry.
Today, Sehin Belew is a top motivational speaker with specialties on the following topics:
- Image and Self-esteem
- Positive Thinking
Read more on her website.