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How do you stay motivated?

Some days are harder than others. Hard to get up in the morning, tackle your to-do list and get in a little exercise or family time. It’s in these challenging periods that you need to find a little motivation to keep progressing forward, but how do you do that? We Are Warrington podcast host Andy Lord ends every conversation with Warrington business leaders about what they do to stay motivated. See their top tips for motivation below and check out

How can I be a more thoughtful communicator?

Andy Lord: I’m creating the new theme song. Fiona Barnes: You are, what is it? Lord: ♪ We Are Warrington ♪ ♪ We Are Warrington ♪ Barnes: Yeah, it’s not gonna fly. Lord: You don’t think it’s gonna work? Lord: “We Are Warrington” is a new podcast, that helps young business leaders discover what is possible by highlighting stories from the Warrington College of Business Community about the University of Florida experience, business industry insights, innovative research and more. I’m

“I think I just emailed the entire university”

If you didn’t know the name James Martinez, or maybe James Martin (a moniker mistakenly bestowed upon him in one of the many, many reply all messages), before Monday, you likely do now. The Data Engineering Manager at UF IT skyrocketed to fame among the University of Florida community and beyond as the sender of the accidental mass email that he estimates was sent out to about 100,000-plus people. The email addressed an issue regarding lost access among certain IT professionals

Fiona Barnes receives Judy Fisher Teaching with Technology Award

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Dr. Fiona Barnes, Director of the Center for Management Communication at the Warrington College of Business Administration, has been named the recipient of the 2011 Judy Fisher Teaching with Technology Award. The award is given annually to the professor at the Warrington College of Business Administration whose teaching best exemplified the use of technology over the past year. “I’m honored to receive the Judy Fisher Teaching with Technology Award this year.” Dr. Barnes said. “This award is particularly

Undergrad takes 1st Place in national writing competition

Gainesville, Fla. – The Center for Management Communication is pleased to announce that Nicole Thomas, a graduating senior and a student in Warrington’s “Writing for Business” course, placed first in the Association for Business Communication’s (ABC) national 2008 Student Writing Competition. This is the second time in three years of entering the competition that a Warrington undergraduate has won first prize (UF students placed first and third in their first year of competition). In this year’s ABC competition, students had