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Are Your Leaders Real?

In Act I Scene 2 of Shakespeare’s play, Othello, Iago (who aligns himself with the two-faced God, Janus) is the story’s primary agent of change and his actions cause the downfall of the main characters. Without Iago’s scheming, Othello and Desdemona would likely have remained married and Cassio in … Continue reading

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Faith, Belief and Leadership . . .

As I troll through history, especially religious history, one thing stands out above everything else.  How the rock hard faith and belief held by one individual can have a powerful impact on the behaviour of a large number of people. … Continue reading

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Life Lessons . . . from Tragedy

Ever more people today have the means to live, but no meaning to live for.     -Viktor E. Frankl As a young man in college during the 60’s (in California no less) I found myself questioning things I had previously … Continue reading

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