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John Wooden’s Reflections on Leadership

John Wooden, legendary basketball coach, is well known and remembered for his short inspirational messages. Despite their brevity, his words were rich and deep in their wisdom.  They enter the eye or ear and then set fire to the mind, … Continue reading

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Be the One…

“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are” writes Joseph Campbell. With this privilege comes the great leaders’ beautiful and awesome responsibility to define who they are and who they will become in all their magnificent complexity and wonder. … Continue reading

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It Is In Our Control … a Choice

In his blog post, Pitchers and Hitters, Seth Godin shares an interesting sport metaphor about the great leaders’ approach to life – being a pitcher or a hitter in life. Hitters don’t have much of an agenda other than, “swing at the good … Continue reading

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On Decision-Making

Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert comic strip, once mused with humor: “Informed decision-making comes from a long tradition of guessing and then blaming others for inadequate results.”  Great leaders realize that great decisions are the cornerstones of great changes … Continue reading

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