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Prince A. Sanders

Managing Director at Park Lane Hotel New York

Prince A. SandersPrince A. Sanders is Managing Director at Park Lane Hotel New York. He is the recipient of the 2010 Leader of the Year Award for his work at The Ritz Carlton, and has hands-on experience with the Edition Hotel brand - Marriott's lifestyle brand, which led him across the world to open three properties in Hawaii, Istanbul, and London. Prince is the Chair for American Ballet Theater's Young Patron's Council, something he cherishes given his background as a professional ballet dancer with the Joffrey Ballet. Prince A. Sanders is also the author of the "The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Prince", a children's series focusing on teaching future generations inspiring messages loosely based on Prince's young life with his family in New York City.

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Positive Thinking: The Spark That Can Change Your Entire Mindset

Let's face it, we all have our off days. Days where we feel like nothing is going right. You might not realize it, but when we let in one negative thought, it opens the door to so many more. That's why it's important to remember that one positive spark of thinking can change the entire outcome of your mood and day.

It’s Okay, To Not Be Okay

You've heard the story over and over. We are faced with the most fatal pandemic of our lifetime. A city closes, re-opens, and then it closes again because it re-opened too soon. You have been impacted by job loss or experienced a significant decrease in salary.

Habits of Highly Resilient People

Is the path to success an easy one? The simple answer is no. On any road to success, you will be met with challenges and detours. Those who can work through challenges aren't just lucky. It takes hard work and determination to carve your own path.

The World Needs the Essence of Hospitality Now More Than Ever

Have you ever experienced people giving you odd looks, making wide pathways to avoid you, or doing everything in their power to avoid eye contact? I fear that as a society, we will take this pandemic, social, or racial differences to an extreme and allow them to create more reasons to separate, segregate, and alienate.

How to Keep Your Brain Sharp During Down Time

For many of us, we are now a while into quarantine. We have been tested in so many new ways during this pandemic, especially mentally. Our brains like to be active and stimulated. But, are we doing a good job of keeping our noggins sharp? Many of the activities that would usually keep our brains busy (socializing, interacting at work, etc.
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