Vince Caponi, CEO of St. Vincent Health in Indianapolis and former trustee of Saint Mary’s College, spoke to Saint Mary’s students in a self-described “true David Letterman fashion” talk called “The Top 10 Rules to Live By.” The College’s “Cross Currents” program sponsored this talk as part of its ongoing Collegiate Speaker Series. Using anecdotal framework from his experiences with his daughters, Caponi addressed students with advice on how to approach the business world after graduation. Introducing his “top 10,” He told students that they should consider three things as they go through college and enter the business world. “In order to be a good student, person, employee, there are three things we all want from our experiences: you want to be in on the things that affect you, you want recognition for a job well done, you want to know what you do makes a difference in people’s lives and have a very clear sight of what role you play,” Caponi said. He followed with his top 10 rules to live by. Caponi said his first two rules, humility and gratitude, were underrated traits of real leaders. Going into the business world, he said, someone would take a chance on you because you have no experience, and it is important to demonstrate your thanks for the opportunities you are given. His third rule was about ethics. “The ethical part is your handshake; it is your honor,” Caponi said. “It’s something only you have and you are the only one who can make that positive of negative.” The fourth rule was to have a sense of humor, which is important because you have to learn to laugh at yourself. Caponi said laughter can help relieve tensions in a lot of difficult situations. Caponi also said that everyone should have a “can-do, positive attitude.” He told students to remain positive, especially when first entering the career world. “There are people that walk around with a cloud over their heads, but that will get you nowhere,” Caponi said. “When you apply for jobs, there are going to be a lot of people who are going to tell you that you can’t do it, but you have to remember that you are a gift from God and that you have a unique talent.” Sixth on Caponi’s list was to love where you are. He said that if one does not receive their ideal position in the company, take advantage of the opportunity because situations tend to work out in the end. As a seventh rule, Caponi said he would advise everyone to try and learn something new everyday. Learning new things, especially details about people, can break down the walls that divide us and allow us to start building relationships. His advice was to learn from outlets that you don’t necessarily agree with. The eighth rule was to communicate often and clearly. Caponi stressed the importance of communication, both verbal and physical communication. “In terms of jobs, communication is very important,” Caponi said. “It’s really important that you do it clearly, understandably and often.” The ninth rule to live by, according to Caponi, was to remember that there are two sides to every story. Keeping this in mind, Caponi said, do not rush to judgment and give people the benefit of the doubt. He also said that it is important to explore, probe and to find out the truth in these situations. Caponi’s culminated his top 10 list with a rule that he said was probably the most important of the 10 — volunteer. He said location isn’t an excuse, because there is always an opportunity to spend time giving of yourself to others. “My advice to you is do what you do, and love what it is that you do,” Caponi said.
With apartments including up to five car parks, Kokoda Property managing director Mark Chester said: “The sort of people buying penthouses are no longer just the Baby Boomers getting closer to retirement and downsizing, these buyers are people that are mindfully deciding that they want to be in Newstead.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago“You’re getting young relocators from Sydney and Melbourne that are coming to Brisbane for lifestyle choices,” he said.“Brisbane offers more real estate for your dollar so there’s that attraction to move from interstate.“This sort of home offering used to be purchased by people from Hamilton and Ascot relocating into Newstead, but because of its prime location, it’s bringing people from the outer Brisbane suburbs as well.”Mr Chester said the offering of five car parks was highly unusual and “more of a house offering”.“It’s a big attraction because people who have the money to buy penthouses normally have a collection of cars, or they have adult children living at home, and they have cars,” he said.Construction of the two-building development is on track, with its impressive facade beginning to take shape, prompting a spike in buyer inquiries.Hayball Architects, along with Ministry of Design are responsible for the development’s external and internal design, combining modern elegance with a whimsical touch.Chester & Ella’s unique array of residents’ amenities are located across multiple levels, taking elevated living to the next level.There will be an elegant event precinct with seating for 20 people, private chef and event planner services as well as a premium theatre room and billiards table with a feature fireplace and outdoor lounge.The residents’ amenities include a health and wellness centre inclusive of a fully equipped gym with personal trainer and a dedicated yoga room. Chester & Ella have launched their penthouse collection. Photo: SuppliedA new collection of spacious penthouses at Newstead’s Chester & Ella project feature either three or four bedrooms.Having already sold 90 per cent of its 325 luxury apartments, Kokoda Property’s apartment project is changing the face of prestige penthouse living in the river city, attracting a diverse group of buyers from around the country. Inside Chester & Ella. Photo: Supplied
For Paul Flanagan, this weekend will be the first real opportunity to exercise his bench. For his starters, this could be an opportune time to grab some rest after racking up a lot of minutes through the first few weeks of a four-month season. Flanagan, the SU ice hockey head coach, and the Orange will play six of their next seven on the road. The upcoming two-game road trip to Union College turns the page on a season-opening homestand that featured four previously unseen programs, including nationally ranked Providence and Boston College. ‘I’m not looking at it like we’re just going to have our way,’ Flanagan said. ‘I think it’s going to be a very competitive game. But hopefully, we’ll be able to utilize our bench strength a little bit more. What we’re trying to do here, now that we’re in year three, we’re trying to develop some depth within our program.’ With 10 freshmen on this year’s Syracuse (2-2-1) team, Flanagan points to Friday and Saturday as some of the first real chances to put that bench to work. The upcoming series will provide an opportunity for some of the fresh faces, as well as the veterans, to get more involved in the offense. Flanagan doesn’t want his underclassmen to remain stagnant amidst the already heavy minutes being given to the starting unit in the first few games of the season. That means the freshmen could see quite a bit of time this weekend.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text ‘A lot of times it just boils down to a lot of little things,’ Flanagan said. ‘So much of it isn’t so much what any of the seniors, or any of the captains, are going to say. I think it’s those freshmen who are watching, and just kind of visually, what they see.’ SU’s reserves showed they were paying attention in the second period on against Connecticut Saturday, when the Orange scored four goals en route to a 7-1 route of the Huskies. When the night was over, 12 different players recorded points, two freshmen (Sadie St. Germain and Margot Scharfe) scored their first career goals and a freshman goaltender (Jessica Drinkwater) shut down 18 shots from the opposition. If role players are able to have that effect again this coming weekend, SU will be in good shape. If not, then maybe Union College is taking greater strides than many initially anticipated. ‘They caught up and surprised a couple teams with some close games,’ senior forward Julie Rising said of the Bulldogs. ‘They’re a lot better than they were last year. So we have to make sure we play our game, and be prepared for what they bring to us.’ Although Syracuse came out on top in two meetings last year, winning 4-1 and 3-2, respectively, Union College is a team that won just five games and dropped their final 10 contests on the season. After beating Sacred Heart and hanging with Northeastern, a team the Orange tied 4-4 to start the season, Union College is looking to earn the respect of its division. Much like SU. However, now in its sixth season as a Division-I team, the Bulldogs’ transition from newly anointed program to actual divisional threat has come slow, unlike SU. The weekend series is the final set for the Bulldogs before they dive into their own conference schedule. ‘I haven’t actually ever seen them play but it sounds like they’re a pretty hard-working team,’ transfer Ashley Cockell said. ‘They can move the puck. We have to be ready to be able to play them this weekend and play hard, and hopefully get two Ws out of it.’ If everything goes right for coach Flanagan and his team, he will wake up Monday morning following hard-fought victories on the road, several of his 17 underclassmen will have seen time on the ice, and the week ahead will provide time took scout his next big opponent, in an Ohio State team that’s off to its best start in program history. But to Flanagan, this is not a weekend to be overlooked. ‘We had a very good series against them last year and we expect more of the same,’ Flanagan said. ‘I think they’re a team that’s getting better, each year. They’re developing more depth. I think they’re well coached. They’ll be good for us.’ firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 20, 2010 at 12:00 pm
StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual August 20, 2020 Submit Mirio Mella, PinnacleAnnouncing its first major product release for 2017, Curacao and Malta licensed bookmaker Pinnacle has launched its ‘Betting Resources’ services, with a view of educating its customer base on the market intricacies and complexities of sports betting.The bookmaker aims to create ‘the most comprehensive collection of expert betting advice available anywhere online’ available to betting consumers. The service will further focus on ‘highlighting the importance of a strategic and analytical approach to betting with the user experience driven directly by customer input’.Beyond betting educational content, Betting Resources will be supported by a Pinnacle developed all-vertical ‘Resource Feed’, detailing unique data, analysis and breakdown of markets.Mirio Mella, Pinnacle Customer Engagement Manager and key stakeholder in Betting Resources project commented on the release: “Pinnacle is proud of its unique reputation for providing educational content; Betting Resources underlines the importance of that commitment. The cutting edge user experience now matches the exceptional standard of content that our editorial team produce on a regular basis. I am very excited to hear the reaction of our customers.”Pinnacle governance has backed the Betting Resources project stating that it would help the company differentiate its brand and services within the saturated online betting sector. Pinnacle CEO Paris Smith commented on the Betting Resources project: “Pinnacle has always put the customer first and utilised it’s Marketing expertise to educate players rather than participate in a bonus-led race to the bottom. With the launch of Betting Resources we are increasing the unique educational ‘bonus’ that being a Pinnacle customer offers.” Share Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020
StumbleUpon Share Share Related Articles Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Bakhshi and Shaddick launch ‘Art of the Possible’ podcast tracking US 2020 developments August 10, 2020 Submit Publishing its 2016 Annual Report, online betting exchange Smarkets has declared its ‘best year in business’ posting significant key metric growth on wagering, revenues and increased profits.A busy 2016 which saw Smarkets wagering boosted by Euro 2016, a record Cheltenham Festival and political outcomes such as the EU Referendum and US Presidential Election, saw the company record more than £2.6 billion on exchange trading. Issuing a performance breakdown, Smarkets declares a group revenue climb of 144% to £25.4 million (2015: 10.4 million) with its overall business profits jumping 160% to £13.7 million (2015: £5.2 million).The firm’s strong trading performance, was supported by ongoing investment in its product and operations. Towards the end of 2016, Smarkets opened its first office in the US to access engineering talent and now has locations in London, Los Angeles and Malta as a base to tackle other inefficient verticals.A pleased Jason Trost CEO of Smarkets commented on 2016 results “We will continue to further develop our product to deliver a unique and fair trading experience by offering superior technology and industry-leading commission rates and will explore moving into new regulated markets to increase our customer base.”Further pleasing to Smarkets investors, will be the firm’s recognition as a growing tech and digital enterprise. During 2016 Smarkets, notably finishing in the top five for both The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 and Deloitte Fast 50 lists of the fastest growing private technology companies in the UK.“Our mission is clear; we are striving to establish ourselves as a top-tier technology company. I strongly believe that the results of the past two years show the positive trajectory of the business, demonstrate our significant growth opportunities and confirm our ability to challenge an industry ripe for disruption”