Monthly Archives: May 2014

Got Excuses?

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“But I Might Get Rejected”

by Seth Godin Indeed, you might. You might get your hopes up only to find them dashed. You might decide on where you want to go, and then not get there. You might fall in love with a vision of … Continue reading

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Man . . . and His Measure

John Locke, wrote: The state of nature has a law of nature to govern it, which … teaches all mankind who will but consult it, that being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, … Continue reading

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Not Around…but Through >

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Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts

Who makes the list? More important, whom should you be listening to? BY Jeff HadenĀ  @jeff_haden Ultimately, people are a product of their influences. Even truly groundbreaking business thinkers use the ideas, the perspectives, and the advice of others as … Continue reading

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And Justice For All

Posted by Orrin Woodward on April 30, 2014 I am so excited to be finally releasing the first of a trilogy of books on the never-ending power-struggle between the State and Society in human history. And Justice for All will … Continue reading

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The Short Game, the Long Game & the Infinite Game

by Seth Godin How long is your long run? I know people who measure the world in ten second flashes, and they’re happy to do something they call generous for six seconds, as long as they get a payback before … Continue reading

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