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On Rest’s Gifts

Ovid counsels, “Take a rest; a field that has rested gives a bountiful crop.” His words carry a profound truth that resonates through the ages. In the hustle and bustle of life, we often forget the power of rest’s gifts. … Continue reading

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On the Gift of Vision

In leadership as in life, vision is the cornerstone of inspiration and motivation. It provides purpose and meaning in our pursuit of something greater in life. It ignites passion which fuels the relentless pursuit of goals that might otherwise seem … Continue reading

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On the Power and Value of a Leader’s Conviction

Conviction is one of the most important qualities that great leaders possess. It is the unwavering belief in one’s ideas, values, and vision that enables leaders to inspire and motivate others to follow them. Nelson Mandela said, “I learned that … Continue reading

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The Long Goodbye

In his recent blog, The Long Goodbye, Gary Burnison writes about the need to move forward from the events of the past two years, “to move beyond what we’ve all wanted to be over and done with. We are, indeed, … Continue reading

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Seeing and Believing

In a recent blog post, Seth Godin writes, “They say that seeing is believing. But it might be more true that believing leads to seeing. It’s often easier to discover the truth if we believe it’s there in the first … Continue reading

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