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By Bread Alone

“Analysis kills spontaneity. The grain once ground into flour springs and germinates no more.” ~ Henri Frederic Amiel Life is a mix of predictable cycles punctuated on occasion by the unexpected. The most obvious rhythms we experience are those caused … Continue reading

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Attitude and Character

“Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character.” ~ Albert Einstein Character flaws don’t just happen. They are formed over time like stalactites in a cave. They are rigid, yet ultimately fragile and they invariably complicate the passage from this moment … Continue reading

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Hit hard by life? Keep moving forward!

You may have seen a “Rocky” movie or two in your life and if so, you may recall Rocky’s inspirational speech to his son in the 6th movie of the series, “Rocky Balboa.” Rocky’s son was feeling the pressure of … Continue reading

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The Middle Part: Lessons from South Park

I had the opportunity several years ago to watch an episode of the sophisticated and intelligent animated show called “South Park.” It was a linguistic smorgasbord and I learned several phrases that I cannot repeat in polite company. The story … Continue reading

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The Virgin Experience: Business Leadership

Dyslexic as a child and a poor student who left school at the age of 15, Richard Branson now runs the largest group of private companies in Europe.  With annual revenues topping $25 billion, Branson’s family of “Virgin” companies look to turn conventional … Continue reading

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