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Time, Relationships and 50th High School Reunion

Maybe one day I can have a reunion with myself.  ~Sebastian Bach To be quite honest, I was a little apprehensive about attending my 50th high school reunion, and for a number of reasons.  First of all, 50 years is … Continue reading

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Indiana Jones and More about Choices . . .

“Choose wisely, my son!” There is a particularly poignant scene in the third Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, where the ancient Knight guarding the Holy Grail (Christ’s drinking cup or chalice) admonishes the Nazi treasure hunter … Continue reading

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A Leadership Dilemma.

One of the important lessons that leaders must learn is how to make a decision between two rights!  Anyone can pretty easily make a decision when presented with an obvious right and an equally obvious wrong.  Those choices don’t involve … Continue reading

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