Monthly Archives: June 2016

Servant Leadership

They are not mutually exclusive terms. On the contrary. They are forever linked. There is a biblical story in the book of John, chapter 13. The end of Jesus’ life on earth was approaching and he knew it. But his … Continue reading

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Foreign language

Strength. Determination. Hard work. Believing in yourself. Some of these may be foreign words. Is there a store where you can buy these? What about a course that’s offered at a local community college? I believe we learn these traits from … Continue reading

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A worthy report

Experiences. We all have them. Some good, some not so good. Experience is a great teacher. And recently, my family had a good one. Some people go through their experiences without a second thought. Others look for the hidden agenda, … Continue reading

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Skills to take anywhere

There are certain skills you can take with you no matter where you are. And they are easy to come by. No specialized training. No expensive books to buy. No boring lectures to listen to (except this one). We all … Continue reading

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How long does it take for something to become a habit – good or bad? Excellence is defined as the quality of being outstanding or extremely good. Excellence surpasses ordinary standards. And on the heels of yesterday’s post, excellence doesn’t … Continue reading

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