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More on the Heroes Among Us!

           In my Memorial Day message I reflected on our revered heroes in uniform. Let me now focus on the heroes among us.          Recently I spoke at a Toastmasters meeting that had as its theme, “The Hero in All … Continue reading

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How Many Ticks Are Left On The Game Clock?

I am not one for specific New Year resolutions. It seems we come up with all means of rules and admonitions. Not much fun, is it? I would rather we direct our intentions to the gifts and blessings that are … Continue reading

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Mistakes Are Sometimes Overrated

          Any undertaking should be pursued with diligence and our steadfast desire to do the best we can. In that way we are bestowed with a deep sense of pride. It still remains, however, that mistakes will be made. When we … Continue reading

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Manifest a Positive New Year’s Resolution

As the year comes to a close, some of us will be making New Year resolutions. If you intend to do so consider this observation. We seem to be programmed to make resolutions that are inherently negative – all manner … Continue reading

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A Compelling Leadership Tool

I have a dear friend who is a genius at branding.  He taught me that when you brand something – a company for example, the key question to answer is not “what you do” but “who you are.”  A great … Continue reading

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Heart and Intellect

 In my experience, if you really want to connect with someone, tell a story. Some of us lay out facts, figures or personalized logic to make a point. People don’t identify with that sort of “antiseptic” message. Regardless of the … Continue reading

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