#027: The Habits of an Effective Student Leader with Paul Moya

Being a student leader is not easy. You are constantly expected to juggle multiple responsibilities in your organization (for some multiple organizations), in school, with family, with friends, in sports, in work, on and on. It can feel like you are being pulled in one hundred different directions. How do you manage it all?

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This week’s podcast episode is an interview with successful entrepreneur, speaker, and Gen Y expert Paul Moya. In addition, he served as the President of both the National FFA Organization and the Student Government of Harvard. He shares his insight on how student leaders can manage all their responsibilities and continue to improve in their leadership abilities.
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Episode Resources

Quote: When much is given, much is expected.

Book: You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader: How Anyone, Anywhere, Can Make a Positive Difference

Website: PaulMoya.com

Website: Paul Moya Facebook page

Website: Paul Moya Twitter

App: Focus@Will

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1. I just re-designed my speaking page to make it easier for event planners. You can check it out at NickPalkowski.com/speaking

2. Next week’s podcast we will discuss the topic of gratitude, How you can use gratitude to lead.   Be sure to tune in next week! In fact, subscribe in iTunes so you don’t miss it.


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