Archive for August, 2007

  • Mother Teresa: Silence and Paradox

    Mother Teresa: Silence and Paradox

    Friends, I have been in a state of awe and incomprehension since last week when I read the article of # 1 interest to readers on Time magazine’s website, “Mother Teresa’s Crisis of Faith,” by David Van Biema (it’s here: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1655415,00.html). Halfway down the first […]

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  • Are You Open to Some Coaching?

    Are You Open to Some Coaching?

    Friends, Let me steal a family story for a leadership lesson.  It’s dangerous being a leadership teacher, because it gives family and staff license to hold me to my “best self” standards. I was hitting a tennis ball with my 3 kids a couple weeks […]

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  • Driving Energy – Release the Past

    Driving Energy – Release the Past

    Friends,  I’ve enjoyed talking to all sorts of groups about my book Everyday Leadership: Getting Results in Business, Politics and Life.  It’s confirmed for me that there is a certain consistency about leadership principles.  In just the last two weeks I’ve had engaging conversations with […]

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  • Rick Sperling – Creating Something Out of Nothing . . . But a Dream

    Rick Sperling – Creating Something Out of Nothing . . . But a Dream

    Friends, I have always been most humbled and most inspired by a certain kind of leadership.  These leaders get me energized.  They make me think anything is possible.  They make me start to think about what I could do that I’m not doing.  I’ve seen […]

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