Monthly Archives: September 2010

We Can ALL Be Leaders! What Are Your Principles?

Leaders are made, not born, and with our guiding principles and daily practice (you EAT daily, don’t you?) we can hone our leadership skills. I am enjoying Daniel Pink’s latest work, DRIVE, which discusses the variables in our lives that … Continue reading

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Morning Fiddle

Morning Fiddle rusty maple leaves fall in dawn light as the bow drones an F-sharp wail

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Do You Believe?

Let me tell you about four people I know here in Columbus, OH.  Real people, not composite bios. Actual folk whose names I will not reveal now, merely because I haven’t asked their permission, yet I’m enthused to share their … Continue reading

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