Dr. Lord Teaches Readers What Make Some People Successful While Others Fail
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Dr. Lord, Author of From Fieldhand to Ph.D., Teaches Readers
What Make Some People Successful While Others Fail
(January 3, 2015) When faced with challenges, successful people find a way to meet the challenges.
When Dr .Lord was hired to teach at Hazelwood East Sr. High School, the principal assigned her to be an assistant swimming coach. She did not know how to swim.
“When I got home, I took some swimming lessons. I went swimming everyday until I was able to swim lapse for two hours non-stop,” writes Dr. Lord.
Dr. Lord retired as the highest paid teacher at the Hazelwood School District.
After Dr. Lord retired from the Hazelwood School District, the St. Louis Public School called her to substitute teach for a Military Science course.
Dr. Lord knew nothing about Military Science, but accepted the job. “When I get there, I will figure it out. If I have to teach the students to climb a mountain, I can climb. If I have to run with them, I can run for hours. If I have to teach them how to shoot, how hard can it be to pull a trigger?” Dr. Lord writes.
Through that job, Dr. Lord was hired as a full time teacher for the St. Louis Public School.
Successful people have the strength to face the challenges and the confidence to be able to figure out how to solve the problems as they come.
On the other hand, people who fail, complain, instead of finding the solution to their challenges.
For further information on what make people successful, read Dr. Lord’s From Fieldhand to Ph.D., Ms. Asia International: Motivation for Success and Happiness available at www.drudislord.com.
Dr. Lord is available for media interview. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for media interview.