March 2012

Gregg Hake Launches New eBook: The Courage to Face Ingratitude

03.31.2012

It is my pleasure to announce the release of my new eBook entitled “The Courage to Face Ingratitude”, the first of hopefully many to come! Those of you have been following my daily blogs for some time will recognize the quotes I’ve excerpted from the remarkable work of Mr. William George Jordan, a writer and […]

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Deep and Broad

03.30.2012

“The loftier the building, the deeper must the foundation be laid.” – Thomas Kempis I heard the whistle of an interesting train of thought while listening to a podcast the other day about the life of Michael Page, an Olympic-medal winning American equestrian. The interviewer asked Page which horseman had influenced his riding career most […]

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Fair and Right

03.29.2012

The notion that the right thing to do is always fair or that fairness is always right is utterly false. Right and fair occasionally align, but assuming that they do in all cases is an incredibly limiting perspective. The idea that anything right must also be fair is one of the many unfortunate by-products of […]

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A Fine Person

03.28.2012

“The best effort of a fine person is felt after we have left their presence.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson If I were to interview everyone you interacted with yesterday, would they all say the you left them uplifted or downcast or would it be a mix of both?  If it is all one or the […]

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Individual Initiative

03.27.2012

The future of the world hangs upon the initiative of the individual. As with our physical bodies, individuals cluster and coordinate into groups of individuals and groups of individuals organize into larger systems, but the health of the body of humanity depends upon the health of its individual members, just as the health of a […]

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My Best Teachers

03.26.2012

“If you treat an individual…as if he were what he ought to be and could be, he will become what he ought to be and could be.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe One of the greatest privileges in life is that of teaching, coaching, mentoring or leading others in any setting or of any age. […]

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