Monthly Archives: April 2011

NFL Draftees Should Celebrate the Accomplishment

The NFL draft will occur shortly. I must admit that I don’t watch much football. But I do enjoy watching snippets of the draft. Not to help me field a fantasy football team. In that I would certainly fail. Rather, … Continue reading

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Treat Each Sunrise as an Easter Morning

Easter is my favorite holiday. There are beings far smarter than I who can explain the profound meaning of the passion and resurrection of Christ. To me it symbolizes rebirth.  The Easter message becomes all the more profound, as nature … Continue reading

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Are Technologies Re-Casting Our Basic Nature – Part II

 In a recent message, I questioned whether the technologies we use to communicate could be re-casting our basic nature.  One reason I cited is that technologies are pervasive stressors.  But they can also infirm our ability to deal with others.  … Continue reading

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Chip In On That Lottery Ticket!

 My book, Humanity at Work: Encouraging Spirit, Achievement and Truth to Flourish in the Workplace (Chapel Hill Press 2008) contains the following passage,  “Last week I was having lunch with two of my favorite girls, my wife Jean and my … Continue reading

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Expand Your Inventory of Powerful Teachings

Recently upon completing a talk on leadership, I was asked how do we go about selecting a mentor.   I replied that having a mentor to help guide your life decisions is indeed a powerful tool. To me an essential requirement … Continue reading

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