Ham and Brie Sweet Roll Sliders & Staying True to Y-o-u

Guess what? We made it.

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10 Weeks. “The Total Package – Differentiators You Won’t Find on a Resume.”

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Let’s review…

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1. Your Brand
2. Mentoring 2.0
3. THE Handshake
4. Getting Dressed
5. Executive Presence
6. Emotional Intelligence
7. The Power of Storytelling
8. Small Talk
9. A Labor of Love
Drum roll please for #10…

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10. Stay true to YOU!

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Hopefully you’ve picked this up as a common thread running through weeks 1-9. I truly believe authenticity is the core to success outside a resume.

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“One of the strongest forces in the universe is a human being living consistently with his identity.”
-Tony Robbins

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So what’s the next series? Well, here’s a hint. It’s more fun with a bumpin’ playlist and doing it will allow you to eat more of these…

Description: Football food at its finest. Sweet & salty goodness with no shame and all game.

Ham and Brie Sweet Roll Sliders

Ingredients:

King’s Hawaiian Original Sweet Rolls – 12 pack
Wheel of Brie, cut into 12 wedges
Black Forest Ham (12 Pieces)
1/4 cup Horsey Sauce
1/4 cup Mayo
1/4 cup Mustard

Directions: (Not an exact science, this is football food, not fancy food…)

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Slice rolls in half. In a bowl, combine horsey sauce, mayo and mustard. Spread on each roll.
3. Add one piece of ham and one wedge of brie.
4. Place on cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes.
5. Enjoy immediately!

“There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are different from the things we do.”

-Freya Madeline Stark

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