At some point, we need to step out on a new path and take a hard look at ourselves, be proud of our strengths and pivot and focus on vulnerabilities.
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"I don’t think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday.” — Abraham Lincoln
“He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still.” — Lao Tzu
My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure." — Abraham Lincoln
"I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process.” — Vincent van Gogh
“Greatness comes from doing many small things well. Individually, they are not very dramatic transactions. Together though, they add up.” — Edward S. Finkelstein
Self-Paced Course (Level I Learning)
In self-paced courses, you completely access all materials at course start.
You do assignments and exercises at your own pace within a 30-day window. Assignments and exercises are not graded.
Range from $10 to $50
Full Class (Level 1 Learning)
The Full Class format assumes an instructor led class with students. You receive feedback on your work and interact with others. Each module is open for two-weeks — one week to read, one week to apply.
Range From $475 to $1950
Dual Track Coaching (Level 2 Learning)
Dual Track Coaching is mentoring and coaching with you in mind. You are expected to read the articles, view the videos and recall what’s important. And you are expected to apply and practice what you learn. Plus you interact with your Master Instructor weekly for the 30-days the course is open.
Range From $995 to $1995
Bio and Video
Murray Johannsen is founder and President of Legacee and The Legacee Academy where he heads-up the focus on high demand skill-sets not taught well (or at all) by most b-schools. These include the major competencies of: the skill of building skills, digital marketing, and transformational leadership. Murray also keeps one foot in the academia by serving as an adjunct professor at UCLA and other universities. Finally, he continues to research and publish on major developments in the future of work and 21st Century skills. He has a MBA from the University of Iowa and a M.A. in Psychology from Harvard University.