Tag Archives: Henry David Thoreau

On Empathy’s Wonders

Plato wrote, “The highest form of knowledge is empathy, for it requires us to suspend our egos and live in another’s world.” Empathy is the golden thread that weaves together the fabric of our humanity. It is not merely a … Continue reading

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On Living a Life Without Limits

Nick Vujicic, born without arms and legs, overcame his disability to live a life of richness and happiness, a life without limits. He said, “Live a life without limits, for the only thing holding you back is your own choice.” … Continue reading

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Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO – His Lesson on Empathy… His Interview Was Over

In the University of Chicago Booth School of Business magazine article, Leadership Lessons from Satya Nadella, by Sandra Jones, Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella shares his thoughts on the three attributes of great leaders “and why none of it matters without … Continue reading

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Every Moment Matters

In a year, there are 31,536,000 seconds. Each one of these precious moments is filled with the opportunity to grow, learn, love as life’s purpose and meaning is achieved. These moments are lived in the now in which we give … Continue reading

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Reflecting Back and Living Forward

As 2021 began, there were the promises and excitement that filled the hearts and souls of great leaders. It was another year of exciting growth, magnificent achievements and the realization of their dreams and our life’s purpose. Once again, great … Continue reading

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On Living a Life of ‘What Can Be’… the Joy of Imagination

Robert F. Kennedy said, “Some people look at things as they are and ask, ‘Why?  I dream things that never were and ask, ‘Why not?’” His words capture the essence of imagination. It is the magical key that allows you … Continue reading

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Reflecting Back and Living Forward

These were the promises and excitement that filled the hearts and souls of great leaders as 2020 began: another year of exciting growth, magnificent achievements and the realization of their dreams and purpose’s purpose.  The great leaders pause now to … Continue reading

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On the Great Leaders’ Hunger and Thirst

In Seth Godin’s blog post, Confusing Hunger and Thirst, great leaders find a moment of pause to reflect on their choices between life’s offerings of material success and happiness and to realize that each plays an important complementary role in … Continue reading

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On The Joy of Dreams

An unknown author wrote: “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.” Beautifully complementing those words, Oprah Winfrey said: “The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams.” Dreams are the … Continue reading

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Lessons from an Exam… the Black Dot

A dear friend recently shared an inspirational video, Exam Lesson, with me suggesting that it may be very worthwhile sharing it with our Three Minute Leadership family given the world in which we are living. Yet something was telling me … Continue reading

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