I have been working on a post about our time at the Huntsman Cancer Institute. It is not quite ready. So while I finish that post I thought I would share this with everyone...
We found this in Mom's Sterling Scholar portfolio. While she originally wrote it as "The Making of a Businesswoman," I think that it applies to all women.
The Making of a Woman
A woman must know of the magic that is carried in a smile.
She must be able to stay cool and calm in all situations and not let her emotions overpower her mind.
(I admit I really need to work on this one.)
She must be able to concentrate. Concentration eliminates mistakes.
She must take pride in the position that she holds and in her appearance so that she will conscientiously try to look sharp and work to full capacity.
She must radiate a glowing personality and be able to get along with many different types of people.
She must have confidence in her personal strengths and in her skills.
She must be able to recognize her weaknesses and be able to learn from mistakes.
Finally, a woman must realize that there is always room for improvement, even in the best of people. She must realize that there will always be room to learn, experience new things, and room to make herself a better person to offer her family, friends, community, and the world at large.