About Savannah Usabel
Famed motivational speaker, author, and salesman, the late Zig Ziglar (1926-2012), professed many wise sayings and of the many, one that applies to every situation be it professional or personal is the adage, “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” In essence, Ziglar’s phrase is the Golden Rule expounded upon. In today’s technological and fast-paced culture, it is easy to feel left behind. If we are not active on Twitter, liked on Facebook, present on LinkedIn, or followed on Instagram, we face scarcity. As a hierarchy, we compete for recognition and esteem; we compete for originality and intellect; we compete for love and approbation; we compete for authority and social clout. I contend that of the countless fears that human beings encompass, the fear of being replaced is among the top three. It is, therefore, my goal, no matter if I am at the workplace, in public, or at home, to remind people of the simple yet profound truth that not only are they irreplaceable, they are indeed indispensable. I am consistent in my beliefs, my integrity, and my work ethic. I believe in balanced living in that, when I am on-the-clock, I am at work; when I exercise, I work hard; when I am in public, I am affable; when I am alone, I relish in my blessings. I have strong people skills; I am compassionate, responsible; I am an optimistic self-starter; I am a person of integrity and wisdom as well as a humble learner. Anyone can tout their technical/hard skills-- which are important-- however, provided the opportunity, I would select a candidate who can build upon learned skill-sets with ingrained values. I believe that I am that candidate.