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A Crime… Possibly Your Crime

June 30, 2011 0 Comments

Many people have experienced crime of some sort.  Perhaps you had something stolen from you.  Hopefully nothing worse. I was thinking about a crime the other day that likely goes unreported.  And, I expect that it may be prevalant. The crime that I’m talking about is loss of dreaming, the disappearance of aspirations.  I think […]

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Being Centered… Maybe Not

March 31, 2011 1 Comment

Often people say that you need to be centered.  That you need to find your center. I won’t disagree with that but I will add a slightly different point of view.  While you need to be centered and know who it is that you are as a leader, business leader, or personal and professional person.  You […]

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Dreaming

January 23, 2011 0 Comments

“All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangereous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.” T.E. Lawrence I came across this […]

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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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It’s Not The Destination, It’s Not the Journey, It’s a…

August 31, 2010 2 Comments

Everyone has likely heard of the saying, “It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.”  And, most of us if not all of us would agree that there is truth to that saying.  In fact, if one agrees with the concept that that which is repeated is often right, then this is quite right.  But, I […]

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The Pain of Comfort

April 30, 2010 4 Comments

I was struck the other day by how often people are quite content to stay exactly the same.  We are comforted by the thought and feeling that today will be the same as yesterday and we hope that tomorrow will be more of the same.  We’re not interested in something new.  We’re quite happy having the […]

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The Tortoise, The Hare & The… Flower

March 25, 2010 0 Comments

As mentioned in a previous blog, my family and I just came back from an amazing skiing vacation where my 3 kids learned to ski for the very first time.  Watching them grow up is like a Masters degree in understanding more about people, how we perform, lead, learn, and just generally provides a lot […]

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Classical Perception & The Washington Post

September 29, 2009 0 Comments

I got a mass email today, and guess what… it was actually not a myth, hoax, joke, spam, or phishing email.  It was a true story that was staged by The Washington Post.  It’s a great story about perceptions.  Take a moment to read and then reflect on what this means for you.  The following […]

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