Monthly Archives: April 2010

Leadership Objectives

I enjoy inviting people to be guest writers on my blog. I may be attracted to something they are have already written, or something they say, a story they tell, and more often than not, I enjoy who they are … Continue reading

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Farmers, Zoologists, Shoemakers, and Poets

“A great man man is different than an eminent one in that he is ready to be the servant of society.” ~B.R. Ambedkar Today’s post is courtesy of just such a great man, Dr. Jack King. Dr. King is a … Continue reading

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Finding Your Character in Your Five Favorite Movies: Mr. Holland’s Opus

“Good work enriches the world and also enriches the worker.” – Scott Russell Sanders “What is your favorite movie?” ┬áThis is a fairly common question and a good conversation starter as well, because we can learn so much about a … Continue reading

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