Category Archives: Uncommon Leadership

Commit to the Move

A younger friend of mine was describing the keys to advancement in the sport of wakeboarding to my brother-in-law and I and his philosophy was summarized by the brilliant statement that at a certain point you have to stop thinking … Continue reading

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Momentary or Momentous

Would you say that your thoughts, words and deeds are more often momentary or momentous? Are they fleeting and brief or sustainable and significant? How large is your perspective on life? Is it narrowly focused in relation to the circumstances … Continue reading

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Five Habits

The powerful recession that swept the globe over the last few years was a game-changer for businesses everywhere. Lulled into a false sense of security by the the many years of plenty, companies operating with bloated payrolls, lavish spending on … Continue reading

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Beatific Vision

“Truth is the beginning of every good thing, both in heaven and on earth; and he who would be blessed and happy should be from the first a partaker of truth, for then he can be trusted.” ~ Plato I’ve … Continue reading

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Polished to Perfection

“A gem cannot be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without trials.” – Seneca While I am not so sure that our trials in life are deliberately imposed upon us as a test of our character or will intentionally … Continue reading

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Dominion versus Domination

Whether you believe that man was created to have dominion over the earth or that he evolved to dominate the food chain through a process of natural selection, it is in man’s best interest to exercise control in a way … Continue reading

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