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Closer to the Heart: Love Paradigm

[I wrote this article in September 2009 as I was bringing pieces of the Love Paradigm together] Over the last several years, I have been on an adventure like none other.   I have been so captivated by a dream, a vision that I see in my mind’s eye.  Some days it is clearer than…
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Wholeness: Thoughts and Actions

 Have you ever waxed so eloquently on something, and while standing amazed at your passionate overflow, you're arrested by the question “who just said that?”  It's a pretty common thing as many of us often speak passionately about a cause, an ideal or injustice only to discover that while we spoke well of it, in our…
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Inspiring Leaders

Today's effective, healthy leaders understand that those they lead are not a commodity to be consumed.  No longer a product to be bought and used to serve the grand vision of the leader.  More people are seeking significance from their work.  Where in generations past employees have been content to contort for the sake of…
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Humility in a Status Chasing World

Somewhere during my formative years I came to believe that humility was the rejection of the reality that some things I did, I did well.  To accept any praise or even to share a strength or a talent was considered boastful and full of pride.  As such, I grew up feeling just as bad about…
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Character of a Leader

Working with leaders in different spheres, we see time and again that much of the popular thinking of leadership falls short.  While working a particular model or strategy for leadership, or being very knowledgeable in a particular area may go a long way to making a good company or a good executive, there is something…
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