Life

Playing The Drum Beats of Life

Ian, my six year old son, is learning to play the drums. It is an instrument that has always mesmerized him and captured his attention anytime he hears them played. When I first noticed his interest I assumed, like most boys, he liked them because they make a lot of noise. It wasn’t until I […]

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The Limitations of Knowledge

I Not Only Use All The Brains That I Have, ┬ábut all that I can borrow. –Woodrow Wilson I want to take the time in this session to talk about the significance of having knowledge and how knowledge can assist -or- distract you. Here are the details. For lack of a better term, knowledge is […]

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Chaos Organized

I am drowning. I am completely submerged in the endless sea of papers that represents my personal and professional responsibilities. To make matters worse I can’t swim. With both arms swinging and legs flailing I desperately attempt to bring my head above water. I am frantically in pursuit of a breath. While many people in […]

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Sunrise

The sun pierces through the darkest night bringing forth an illuminating ray of light that emits a reddish orange hue of sheer beauty and astonishment. With its indescribable power the sun starts off the day with a bang. It literally demands attention from the people who are awake to experience its glory. Can you imagine […]

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Recognizing Potential in Unexpected Places

TRUE LEADERSHIP is not just the ability to recognize the talent and skill of the polished individuals around you. True leadership involves being able to dig beneath the surface and scope out potential. Once assessed, true leaders have a neck for cultivating this potential until it is evident to everyone. Case and point: The story […]

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