On March 18, Prince, a Texas Chi Omega alumni, visited the chapter at SMU and spoke of just that. How do yo decide in college, high school, or even post graduation what your calling is? According to Prince, most people deny their calling because it comes so naturally to them, often assuming these skills are common or unordinary.
Prince's dream was to write a book and after years of telling herself that she could never finis it and that no one could possibly care about what she had to say, she accomplished her goal with tremendous success. With a best seller under her belt, Prince spends her time coaching others to accomplish these goals and win in life.
Prince fondly remembers the day she decided she wanted to become a motivational speaker. Her parents gave her a ticket to a Zig Ziglar seminar during the summer before her first semester at college and by the end of the seminar, the 18 year old Prince marched right up to the world-renowned figure and told him, "I'm going to work for you someday." Her declaration came true after graduation when she became Ziglar's personal assistant and friend.
If her story weren't inspirational enough, Prince's ability to hold a room and engage others with the truthful words she has to offer is inspirational. Motivation is a powerful tool and can be useful in any career.