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Shared Vision

Man is a gregarious creature. People will go to remarkable lengths to connect with others like themselves, who share interests, passions, beliefs and hopes. The internet, that magical tool of connectivity that compresses time and geography, can be used for … Continue reading

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Create Perfect Harmony Without Saying A Word

TED’s introductory summary to our next consideration says it best: “An orchestra conductor faces the ultimate leadership challenge: creating perfect harmony without saying a word. In this charming talk, Itay Talgam demonstrates the unique styles of six great 20th-century conductors, illustrating crucial … Continue reading

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The Art of Virtue – The Essence of Community Service

Though “…arriving at moral Perfection” is a heck of a BHAG (big, hairy audacious goal), our great nation is in great need of those who set a new standard devoid of the typical excuses such as “nobody’s perfect(!),” “what can one man do(?)” or “I’m just too busy to take on another project.” Continue reading

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The Art of Horsemanship

The semblance of proper relationship between rider and horse may be achieved through harsh demand, but it will not be sustainable as the cracks in the relationship or preparation will inevitably appear. The horse or rider will give evidence at some point of the lack of unity and of integrity, typically through the expression of tension in some form or another. In horsemanship as in all things, expediency instead of integrity brings failure. Continue reading

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