“Hello everyone, Ben Harris here, president with Production Solutions. Back at you with the BenLightenment video series on ‘5 Self Innovation Tips!’
You can do that in so many ways today, in 2020. Whether it be Youtube, Instagram, podcasts, books, blogs, medium, wherever it might be that you’re able to consume content. There are so much inspiration and goodness, and treasure that is available to us today, that is there to fill us up, if we allow it.
If you think of ourselves as a vessel, and oftentimes as adults, we put a cap on that vessel and we feel like we’ve learned a lot or there’s not a whole lot more that we can learn. in the best way to begin moving forward with being inspired, and encouraged, and lead from afar, is to take the lid off that vessel and start to pour in a lot of the goodness, and the greatness, and the willingness, of people who are willing to share their trials, tribulations, successes, wisdom, techniques, and treasure with us in a time where who does it need more good insights and tips and support on how to keep ourselves moving forward and positive and personal ways, investing in our own success to help us to continue to be of great service to our family or friends our community and our businesses. For sure.
So, Tony Robbins has an amazing quote that I love among many that he has – which is, ‘Success leaves clues.’ so don’t go out and try and reinvent the wheel when there are so many other people who have paved the way for you or for us.
Go find yourself a hero or heroine and start getting inspired and fired up and encouraged, and model your life in the way of thinking and acting and leading after some you really look up to without having to get close to them or having to ever know them.
So now is your time to be like a kid in a candy shop and go out and be inspired!
Until next time, be well, be purposeful, and continue to lead your life in ways that are founded in goodness.”
Ben, a remarkable leader, is PS’ president and he has been serving with PS for over 20 years. Ben leads fearlessly and from the heart, which inspires the PS team to do their absolute best work every day. He invests his time in the people and culture of PS, communicates authentically, and fosters a learning environment for his staff and leads by example, all while being supportive and patient to those he works. Ben is constantly inspiring and engaging his colleagues, and refers himself the “Chief Employee Officer”, with a people-focused approach. This leadership is what empowers PS’ thriving work and keeps our team in alignment with our mission.Residing in Alexandria, Virginia, Ben enjoys spending time with his wife, Brooke, and his three kids, Sadie, Adrian, and Tyler. He likes to exercise, have fun parties, and go to the beach in his free time.