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Honoring our<br />

Military<br />

Agape Love<br />

Do more<br />

than exist<br />

with So<br />

Amplified<br />

Upward Performance <strong>2018</strong><br />



5 | Can you handle the truth<br />

14 | Agape Love<br />

15 | The Truth<br />

16 | The mental health in HR<br />

29 | Meet the team<br />

In Every Issue<br />

9 | Military Recognition<br />

12 | Ask the therapist<br />

11 | Amplified<br />

3 | Women Leaders Rock<br />

17 | Book spotlight<br />

32 | Brainteaser<br />

Page 31<br />

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Can you handle<br />

“The Truth”<br />

By Nikita Lawrence<br />

The Wealth Success Leadership Strategist<br />

Oftentimes it can be a rather daunting task to candidly share our<br />

unvarnished truth about a given subject, project, employee, or<br />

supervisor when called upon for our thoughts or feedback in the<br />

workplace, or as leaders, in a round table discussion. In the wake of<br />

restructuring, downsizing, and outsourcing, the last thing you want to<br />

do is “ruffle any feathers”, right? A million hypothetical questions may<br />

quickly swarm through your mind at about a hundred miles per<br />

second until you finally work up the courage to delightfully refrain<br />

from giving your true feedback. You know, the flavorful insight that<br />

you share at the dinner table with your spouse, or what you share<br />

with your girlfriend over drinks after a rough day at work. You may be<br />

thinking to yourself, when your boss is asking for your thoughts, he or<br />

she doesn’t really, really, want my unvarnished truth, right?<br />

How do you say with the utmost political correctness the last year has<br />

been dreadful? Is there a proper term to use that would sound more<br />

tactful than dreadful? Perhaps challenging would much better<br />

suffice? Yes, challenging sounds much more acceptable than dreadful,<br />

awful, horrific, or any other words that may have truly come to mind.<br />

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What are the risks of being “too honest”? What if the tables turn on<br />

you? What if you then become the source of scrutiny? What if your<br />

boss who you feel already doesn’t really like you, grows to like you a<br />

lot less as a result? What about your own past mistakes or failures?<br />

What if you get fired for giving negative feedback? And the list can<br />

go on, and on, and on.<br />

Let’s pause for a second, and let me ask you a question. Can you<br />

handle the truth? Can you handle hearing the truth? What’s<br />

interesting about the word truth is that one person’s truth, based on<br />

their values, morals, experiences, vision, education, and<br />

environment may not be factual or even remotely true for someone<br />

else. Are you perhaps uncomfortable with having a courageous<br />

conversation because you aren’t confident in your value or insight as<br />

a person?<br />

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Are you insecure in your position or perspective because it’s maybe<br />

a little skewed based on your own slight emotionalism? Could it be<br />

you are uncomfortable having a courageous conversation because<br />

you also really would rather not be on the receiving end of<br />

feedback? Maybe? Maybe not.<br />

Many have heard it said, feedback is a gift. But how really does it<br />

transform from drab criticism into a beautifully packaged gift that<br />

makes you feel warm and fuzzy on the inside?<br />

Feedback is defined by Oxford Dictionaries as “Information about<br />

reactions to a product, a person’s performance of a task, etc. which<br />

is used as a basis for improvement.” So, what does this mean? I<br />

believe it means we only will grow to the degree that we can<br />

effectively evaluate, adjust, improve, maintain, and then reevaluate,<br />

repeatedly. Feedback is an essential aspect of growth.<br />

When feedback is provided in a manner that is not honorable or<br />

respectful, it will not accomplish the goal of “improvement”. When<br />

it is delivered with dignity, honor, and respect, it will challenge the<br />

individual to progress and grow, results that will yield much<br />

appreciation and gratitude.<br />

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It is often when we grow, we will<br />

experience a few growing pains. As<br />

we shed of our comfortable shells to<br />

become our better and best selves,<br />

there are habits, thoughts and old<br />

perspectives, that we must leave<br />

behind as we embrace the new<br />

opportunity that eagerly awaits.<br />

It may not always feel good, but we<br />

must have assurance it’s working<br />

together for our good.<br />

The next time that you are called<br />

upon to provide or receive feedback<br />

just remember, all beautiful flowers<br />

begin as tiny ordinary seeds in the<br />

soil, and with the right<br />

ingredients (water, sunlight, climate) blossom into amazing creations<br />

that smile and make us feel warm and fuzzy inside. The same is true<br />

for fruit that grows. The same is true for you! Embrace your journey<br />

into the Amazing Creation you were born to become.<br />

About the author: Nikita Lawrence, The Wealth Success Leadership<br />

Strategist, Team Synergy Expert, and Executive President of the<br />

Wealth Success Chamber Enterprises LLC is a certified speaker,<br />

teacher, coach, and International Best-Selling Author of The Secret<br />

of the Wealth Success Chamber. As a highly desirable leadership<br />

expert and Women in Leadership Advocate, she is a thought leader<br />

and mentor to many. Connect via www.wealthsuccesschamber.com<br />

or www.instagram.com/wsl_strategist<br />

References:<br />

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/feedback Lawrence, Nikita. The Secret of the Wealth Success Chamber. April 2017.<br />

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Honoring Military Service Members<br />

“ We are publicly demonstrating with every publication our<br />

appreciation for the sacrifices and successes made by our past<br />

and present service members – Jennifer Logan”<br />

A message from the<br />

founder, Jennifer Logan<br />

We are asking you to help us<br />

in honoring, remembering,<br />

recognizing and appreciating<br />

those who have served and<br />

those now serving. Send your<br />

submission to:<br />

info@upwardperformance.com<br />

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January <strong>2018</strong><br />

Military Service Member Spotlight<br />


Chief Master Sergeant Kevin Louis Danley began his military career in 1989<br />

when he entered the United States Air Force. After completion of Basic<br />

Military Training (BMT) and the Security Police Academy at Lackland Air<br />

Force Base (AFB), M-60 Machine Gun School at Camp Bullis, TX and Air<br />

Base Ground Defense at Fort Dix, NJ, he was assigned to the 39th Security<br />

Police Flight at Incirlik Air Base (AB), Turkey. He performed duties such as<br />

entry control, protection of nuclear weapons and the defense of personnel,<br />

equipment and resources from hostile forces. Chief Danley participated in<br />




In 1996, Chief Danley became a member of the Oklahoma Air National Guard<br />

where he served as a Personnel Specialist and retainer. He went on to serve<br />

in those same capacities as a member of the Maryland Air National Guard. In<br />

1999, Chief Danley was assigned to the National Guard Bureau where he<br />

served in several capacities within Recruiting and Retention until he departed<br />

in 2011 for his assignment with the New Jersey Air National Guard as Force<br />

Support Squadron (FSS) Superintendent for the 108th Wing, Joint Base<br />

McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey Air National Guard. Chief Danley retired<br />

1 July 2015.<br />


1994 Airman Leadership School, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma<br />

1999 Associates in Applied Science, Criminal Justice, CC of the Air Force<br />

1999 Basic Instructors Course, McGhee-Tyson ANGB, Tennessee<br />

2000 Noncommissioned Officer Academy, McGuire AFB, New Jersey<br />

2002 BS in Business Management, National-Louis University, Evanston, Illinois<br />

2004 Associates in Applied Science, HR Management, CC of the Air Force<br />

2006 USAF Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Correspondence<br />

2008 Diversity Champions Workshop, Little Rock, Arkansas<br />

2009 ANG Leadership Challenge Program-I, Quonset, Rhode Island<br />

2010 Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education Course, National<br />

Defense University<br />

2012 Chief Master Sergeant’s Executive Course, Arlington, Virginia<br />

2012 ANG Leadership Challenge Program-II, Westampton, New Jersey<br />

2013 Gettysburg Leadership Experience, Gettysburg, PA<br />

2014 MBA, Strayer University, Herndon, Virginia<br />

2014 Professional Manager Certification, CC of the Air Force<br />


Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster<br />

Air Force Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters<br />

Air Force Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster<br />

Joint Meritorious Unit Award<br />

AF Outstanding Unit Award with one oak leaf cluster<br />

AF Organizational Excellence Award with one oak leaf cluster<br />

Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf<br />

clusters<br />

National Defense Service Medal with one bronze star<br />

Southwest Asia Service Medal with two bronze stars<br />

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal<br />

Humanitarian Service Medal with one bronze star<br />

AF Overseas Ribbon Short<br />

AF Recruiter Ribbon with one oak leaf cluster<br />

USAF NCO PME Graduate Ribbon with one oak leaf cluster<br />

Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon with one bronze star<br />


New Jersey Commendation Medal<br />

New Jersey Good Conduct Ribbon<br />

New Jersey Merit Award Ribbon with three devices<br />

New Jersey State Service Ribbon<br />

New Jersey Governor’s Unit Award Ribbon<br />

Support this Veteran owned business: http://www.mariescafe45.com/<br />

Contact information: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-danley-mba-412b3119/<br />

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Do more of what<br />

makes you happy!<br />

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Watch the video at<br />

https://youtu.be/R3b0FVLdNQU<br />

Contact us via:<br />

fb.me/soamplified<br />

Do more<br />

than exist!<br />

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Well Balanced Moms Have More Fun<br />

-Etienne Logan II, MSW, CSAC, CP<br />

Let me ask you… When was the last time you had lunch with some girlfriends, or went on a<br />

girl’s night out? When was the last time you went on a romantic weekend getaway with your<br />

spouse? If you can’t remember, we must talk.<br />

It’s so easy to fall into the mommy guilt trap. We feel guilty if we take time for ourselves, so<br />

we end up taking care of everyone in the family but us. It’s easy to lose ourselves in the quest<br />

to become Super-Mom. Along the way we get stressed out and aggravated. It’s important to<br />

do something just for us to stay balanced moms. Here are some ways for you to get started on<br />

your journey to rediscover YOU.<br />

Get together with some girlfriends. One of the best ways to rediscover yourself is to spend<br />

some time with your girlfriends each week. Have lunch together, go to the movies to watch<br />

the latest chick flick, or plan a girl’s night out every occasionally.<br />

If you are having a bad day, call one of your girlfriends to vent, or just chat. You’ll be surprised<br />

how much better you feel and how it puts things back in perspective that seemed like the end<br />

of the world a few minutes ago.<br />

Spend a romantic weekend with your spouse – anywhere but at home. Go away for a<br />

romantic weekend with your spouse a few times a year. Rekindle your passion for each other<br />

and fall in love again, instead of being just partners in dealing with the everyday “stuff’<br />

involved in raising kids.<br />

Go on a date every week. Get a sitter once a week and go on a date with your significant<br />

other. Spend some time reconnecting with each other. If you have an activity that you both<br />

enjoy, take a class together.<br />

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Pamper Yourself. Do something every week to pamper yourself. Go get a new haircut. Visit your<br />

favorite nail saloon for a manicure, pedicure or to get your nails done. Call your favorite day spa<br />

and schedule a facial. Get a massage.<br />

If you are on a budget, pamper yourself at home. Send Dad and the kids to the park. Take a hot<br />

bubble bath and paint you toenails. Honey makes a quick facial. Place a cloth in warm water and<br />

apply to your face to open the pores. Smear on honey, and leave on for 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse<br />

off with warm water.<br />

Don’t feel guilty about taking time for yourself a few times a week. Your kids will appreciate it<br />

when they get a balanced and fun mom in return. You will be more relaxed, happier and be able<br />

to enjoy your family. After all, that’s why you had kids in the first place, didn’t you?<br />

Ask the Therapist<br />

Mr. Etienne Logan II, MSW, CSAC, CP<br />

Have a question to ask the therapist? E-<br />

mail: info@upwardperformance.com<br />

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Donnica Weathers Crossland<br />

God’s LOVE – Agape<br />

As we have entered into a new<br />

year let’s show more of God’s love<br />

to one another. It’s easy to love<br />

those close to us, but can you love<br />

that person that you know has<br />

done you wrong? The bible says<br />

love your enemies…try it you<br />

might just make their day!<br />

God’s LOVE<br />

Agape<br />

• His love is unconditional & holy<br />

• He loves more than anyone can love<br />

• He forgives, He grants, He blesses us<br />

• His blessings have no limits<br />

• His love is so powerful that heart & mind gets peace & joy<br />

• He always listens & never ignores<br />

• He never lets you down, never returns your prayer back<br />

• God’s love can never be summed up in words or feelings<br />

• It’s the best gift anyone can ever get<br />

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The Mental<br />

Health in<br />

Human<br />

Resources<br />

As HR professionals, we encounter many<br />

mental health issues that sometimes we are<br />

not equipped with the tools to be of real<br />

assistance. The fact of the matter is that we<br />

are equipped if we are truly in the human<br />

aspect of Human Resources. Please let me<br />

explain….<br />

We spend many times assisting managers<br />

with writing employees up on seemingly<br />

frivolous occurrences such as attendance.<br />

Instead we should focus on the mental health<br />

of the employee and why the occurrence is<br />

happening in the first place. Let’s face it,<br />

people have lives when they clock out.<br />

Sometimes it is difficult to separate home and<br />

work. Unbeknownst to us, our female<br />

employees sometime deal with domestic<br />

abuse and or male employees are faced with<br />

marital troubles. These instances can have an<br />

impact on attendance as well as being able to<br />

perform the essential functions of the job<br />

hired to do. So how does it in a resource<br />

transform into a mental health professional<br />

within an eight hour day or 40 hour week?<br />

We perform these miracles by tapping into<br />

the humanistic part of our position and our<br />

talent. When we realize someone is hurting,<br />

do we not want to assist them with their<br />

pain? Of course we do. I think it’s our<br />

responsibility as professionals to not assume<br />

the worst but to find out the source of the<br />

problem<br />

Monica Adams Pennywell<br />

We accomplish getting to the source of<br />

the problem by asking questions,<br />

listening and above all being a human<br />

being. Sometimes we neglect our<br />

responsibility as human resources<br />

professionals by looking at the bottom<br />

line and not realizing if the employee<br />

base is not happy and mentally sound,<br />

productivity suffers and the company<br />

ends up wasting recruiting dollars on<br />

recruiting when we could have solved<br />

the problem internally in the first place<br />

by utilizing our talents of counseling and<br />

relating to our employees as opposed to<br />

taking the easy way out and terminating<br />

the employee. Our employees are our<br />

most valuable asset and investment .<br />

We should encourage our mangers to<br />

treat our employees as such. It takes<br />

money to recruit , train and pay benefits<br />

to an employee. This cycle is wasteful<br />

management and shows lack of respect<br />

to the company’s core values. We<br />

should encourage better mental health<br />

awareness and exercise better fiscal<br />

judgment as Human Resources<br />

professionals.<br />

Monica Adams Pennywell<br />

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Book<br />

Spotlight<br />

A quiet bookworm, Tangela<br />

Holloway has always been content<br />

working at her an independent<br />

bookstore in the sleepy little town of<br />

Eufaula, Alabama. But lately, Tangie<br />

discovers that she’s bored and<br />

frustrated, especially since the man<br />

she’s been dating for two years<br />

seems to care more about his<br />

business than he does her. When<br />

Reese Turner rides into town on his<br />

Harley, Tangie’s heart feels like it’s<br />

beating for the first time. She not<br />

only sees the most exciting man<br />

she’s ever met, but also a chance to<br />

experience something other than<br />

backyard BBQs and fishing at the<br />

lake.<br />

After ending a drama-filled<br />

relationship with a high-maintenance<br />

fashion model, Reese wants nothing<br />

more than to make a road trip to<br />

Florida with his motorcycle club.<br />

Never did he expect a quick stop at<br />

a small town bookstore would<br />

introduce him to a shy bookworm<br />

who makes him re-think his vow to<br />

remain single and unattached.<br />

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Kindle - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072R147RV<br />

Nook - http://bit.ly/2twWU9M<br />

Paperback - https://www.createspace.com/7262080<br />

Amazon UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B072R147RV

Three traits<br />

that leaders<br />

need to<br />

develop to be<br />

successful in<br />

the modern<br />

world<br />

For many years, social scientists have studied leadership and the<br />

qualities that make leaders efficient. Because of these studies, there<br />

are known leadership traits that make successful leaders. Is it intellect?<br />

Not truly, because if that were the situation then all doctors, lawyers,<br />

and engineers, would be great leaders by now. Here are some<br />

significant merits that every good leader ought to possess.<br />

Communication<br />

What you want to accomplish may seem clear in your head, but if<br />

you're trying to clarify it to somebody else and you're met with a blank<br />

expression, that’s when you know there is a problem. If this has<br />

happened to you, then you might want to perfect your skills of<br />

communication. It is critical to be in a position to describe what you<br />

want to be done in a brief and clear way. You can’t work towards the<br />

same goal if you are not in a position to communicate your vision to<br />

your team.<br />

Training of new associates and forming a dynamic work atmosphere<br />

depends on fine lines of communication. Your team will learn to trust<br />

and count on you if you make a point of talking to them on a daily basis<br />

and make yourself physically available for important discussions.<br />

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Positive attitude<br />

Do you want to keep your group energetic and interested in company<br />

progression? This can be achieved by providing refreshments such as<br />

coffee, apples, oranges, bananas or almonds occasionally in the office.<br />

Keep in mind that everybody on your team is an individual.<br />

Project confidence when interacting with the team. Your high-energy<br />

will easily transfer onto those you work with. Your attitude set the<br />

mood and it is contagious.<br />

If you have a team that is feeling happy and upbeat, the probability is<br />

that they won't mind working that overtime to devote their best work<br />

to the brand.<br />

Approach<br />

Human beings are not all the<br />

same, a basic concept that is<br />

often overlooked. There are<br />

alternate personality traits,<br />

language barriers, different<br />

education backgrounds,<br />

cultural perspectives, and<br />

different value systems that<br />

significantly affect how<br />

information is handled and<br />

understood.<br />

Some people work well under stress; others don’t. It is important as a<br />

leader to have the ability to improve your approach to every<br />

individual, centered on the condition at hand. Your capability of<br />

executing this concept will play a huge role in your ability to get the<br />

best work out of your team and other partners along the journey.<br />

Jennifer Logan, Founder of Upward Performance, LLC<br />

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-Sandi Hawkes<br />





Time is something many of us take for granted. As busy entrepreneurs we are<br />

constantly managing interruptions in our day. We must constantly strive to<br />

focus and stick to the daily plan to achieve those goals. We must wisely<br />

manage and use the precious hours in each day to be productive and achieve<br />

our goals.<br />

One of the biggest distractions and time drains can be social media, if not<br />

used properly. It is a great asset to promote our businesses, products and<br />

services, yet it can become a “black hole” shifting our attention to things that<br />

don’t get us to our daily goals. The other distractions can be email and<br />

browsing the web. These are essential tools for learning and managing our<br />

businesses, but we must set time blocks to use them. One very effective<br />

browser tool tracker is https://www.rescuetime.com/. I tried a trial for one<br />

month and was shocked at the analytics that made me realize the exact<br />

percentage of time I spent on tasks that were not delivering the intended<br />

results – profits. RescueTime helps you understand your daily habits so you<br />

can focus and be more productive and who doesn’t want that?<br />

It tracks time spent on applications and websites to give you an accurate<br />

picture of your day and generates detailed data and reports based on your<br />

daily activity. They also offer a product for organizations:<br />

https://www.rescuetime.com/orgs. We are all being tracked by search<br />

engines, but I believe this is a tool well worth trying for free or the premium<br />

version with a 14-day free trial.<br />

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Listed below are some premium features that busy entrepreneurs may find<br />

useful:<br />

• Track time away from the computer<br />

(meetings, phone calls, etc...)?<br />

• Get alerts when you achieve your daily goals?<br />

• Block distracting websites to stay focused?<br />

• Keep a log of your daily accomplishments?<br />

• More detailed reports and filters?<br />

• Faster data processing?<br />

• 14-day free trial?<br />

• Unlimited report history<br />

To install RescueTime follow the site directions to download and install the<br />

executable file. As a current free user, here are my stats for 11-27-17. The total<br />

time logged below shows previous use which can be disabled at any time. The<br />

uncomfortable transparent truth was I wasted a whopping 63 hours on<br />

distractions! That’s time I can never recover. I highly recommend this<br />

accountability partner to keep you on track if you find yourself a victim of<br />

“distractions”.<br />

As my mother used to say, “Get up on time, don’t let it get up on<br />

you”.<br />

Total Time Logged<br />

122h<br />

51m<br />

That's 5 days<br />

2 hours<br />

51 minutes<br />

and 37 seconds!<br />

Total Productive Time38h 38m<br />

Total Distracting Time63h<br />

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Photographer: JD Mason<br />

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Seeking co-authors<br />

Email: info@upwardperformance.com<br />

For details<br />

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www.iamacorporatedropout.com<br />

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Resume and Cover Letter<br />

Interview preparation<br />

Virtual HR Generalist on demand<br />

Job Description creation<br />

Evaluation creation<br />

Recruitment flyers<br />

Orientation playbook<br />

I-9 Administration<br />

Reference check services<br />

Interview and prescreening services<br />

Policy and procedure crafting<br />

Job Offer<br />

Virtual Leadership classes<br />

Job elimination guidance- HR<br />

Visit us www.upwardperformance.com<br />

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Meet Our<br />

Team<br />

Military Ambassador<br />

Donald Robinson<br />

Technology Expert<br />

Jayla Logan<br />

Sales Ambassador<br />

TeJuana Mendoza<br />

Editor<br />

Alec Saunders<br />

Article Contributor<br />

Sandi Hawkes<br />

Founder<br />

Jennifer Logan<br />

Article contributor<br />

Donnica Weathers Crossland<br />

Human Resource Expert<br />

Monica Adams Pennywell<br />

Human Resource Consultant<br />

Asharae Saahir<br />

Health and Wellness Director<br />

Etienne Logan II<br />

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No More<br />

Manic<br />

Mondays!<br />

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To influence the people in<br />

the world you need to be<br />

yourself and not just like<br />

everyone else!<br />

-JL<br />

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Found on brainteaser.com<br />

1)You are driving a bus. At the first<br />

stop, two women get on. The<br />

second stop, three men get on and<br />

one woman gets off. At the third<br />

stop, three kids and their mom get<br />

on, and a man gets off. The bus is<br />

grey, and it is raining outside. What<br />

color is the bus driver’s hair?<br />

2)A plane crashes on the border of<br />

the U.S. and Canada. Where do they<br />

bury the survivors?<br />

1. Whatever color your hair is! Remember, you are the bus driver!<br />

2. You do not bury the SURVIVORS!<br />

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Watch the video at<br />

https://youtu.be/zdDpZRKrFi0?t=6<br />

www.upwardperformance.com<br />

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