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Archive for September, 2010

The Examined Life (or Career, or Business, or Sports Team or…)

September 30, 2010 0 Comments

Socrates said many amazing things. None of which really needs to be improved upon. However, let’s look at the comment, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” It’s a very interesting statement that is making a certain commentary which has a bit of truth to it. If one were to live without any examination of […]

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Being Humbled

September 29, 2010 2 Comments

It’s necessary.  I’ve needed to clean out and organize my office for a long time.  Too long as with many of us.  But, the truth is that it is also the right time.  But, that’s a completely different blog post. Cleaning out my office I noticed an award I received for leadership when I was […]

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Who do you listen to? Your Head. Your Heart. And, the answer is….

September 28, 2010 4 Comments

I’ve recently been going through a lot of books that I’ve had on my reading shelves (read the plural).  And, I’m making great headway.  One interesting thing that I noticed the other evening was how many authors (and colleagues), promoted the fact that people listen to much to their head.  That we should be more […]

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September 24, 2010 0 Comments

When you think of the word “inspiration” most of you will think of a word that could be defined as: — Arousing to a particular emotion or action  — You may think of people that are an inspiration for others.  You may think of those things that cause people to be motivated to do great things. If […]

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We Are Just…

September 23, 2010 2 Comments

There are many different ways to define who people are.  You can describe a person by their family, their physical characteristics, their work, their friends, and even their desires.  There is , however, one way that I have not heard before.  It describes us in a unique way that misses a lot of information but […]

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