Monthly Archives: August 2013

10 Quotes That Should Shape Your Leadership

July 26, 2013 in Events, Leadership | Re-post by Tony Morgan Here are my top 10 leadership quotes from The Global Leadership Summit 2012. “An organization is not truly great if it can’t be great without you.” –Jim Collins “You are the … Continue reading

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Free Societies & Coercive States

Posted by Orrin Woodward on August 28, 2013 The excerpt is from an upcoming book I am slowly writing on the Five Laws of Decline (FLD) and the Six Duties of Society (SDS). Throughout history, fulfilling the SDS has created … Continue reading

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A Changing ‘American Dream’

Basically this: Learn “Why” – the man who knows “how” will always be at a disadvantage to the man who knows “why”. ___________________________________________________ How the Last Decade Changed American Life July 31, 2013 – Long before iPhones, the nation’s first … Continue reading

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A Minute With John Maxwell on DILIGENCE

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The World Needs Leaders

Chris Brady on swimming against the cultural current. ____________________________________________________ By Chris Brady Perhaps now as much as ever, the world is in dire need of leadership. I don’t speak of the candy-coated, teleprompter variety, or the plastic-faced tell-you-what-you-want-to-hear politician. I … Continue reading

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Nike Presents: Just Do It — Possibilities

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4 Takeaways from the 2013 Global Leadership Summit

You may have missed the conference. Don’t miss these. by Dave Staal 1. Leadership requires courage in large amounts. And because Bill Hybels devoted his entire opening talk on this topic, it must be an issue for many other leaders … Continue reading

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