Tag Archives: Say-Do-Are

On Developing Leadership Attributes

There are times when I come across something that neatly distills and packages a number of thoughts that concern the development of leaders.  Not just the “How do I develop leadership skills in my organization?” question, but the not-so-subtle question … Continue reading

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Election Redux

With a week to go before another major election, I got nostalgic amongst my angst and frustrations and reread my 2014 post-election blog to see if I might wish to update any of my thoughts.  One would think that, after … Continue reading

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Culture 5 – America, In The Looking Glass

“A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.” Mahatma Gandhi To continue chasing this question of “Do Nations have a Culture?” it’s only seems fair to now look at us, or perhaps that should … Continue reading

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Culture 3 – Am I A Conserviberal or Liberative?

This odd thought has been germinating on my mind for a number of years, and with the recent elections just behind us it seemed a good time to reflect while connecting some dots, one of which is culture, in this … Continue reading

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Whoa! I’ve Got Baggage?!

“If God meant for us to carry baggage around, he would have made our skin have little pouches like kangaroos” ― Rachel Van Dyken If Absolutely Everybody has Baggage (Fundamental Principle 15), and if we weren’t meant to carry baggage … Continue reading

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Victory Over the Forces of Fakery (Guest Post –Mark Lukens)

In my dedication to consuming the written word (see this previous post), I have once again come across an excellent perspective, this time on a vital success factor (Fundamental Principle 10) in life, the connection between your values (what you … Continue reading

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New Years is an Artificial Constraint (Guest Post – Deborah Mills-Scofield)

Since it is still January (barely) and so technically still the beginning of the New Year, I feel free to reblog another excellent post from another strong voice that often appears on Switch and Shift.  This post reinforces the thought … Continue reading

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