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No one tells you during the process of becoming yourself that your personhood is unsafe. Its vulnerability is masked behind some false notion that you are yours, platitudes from more confident people telling you no one can take anything from you that you don’t give them. This is a lie…

The pressures facing society in ancient cultures meant that uncertainty shadowed their every step. In their unpredictable time, they looked for leadership in the teachings of their day. The teachings they clung to can give us, like it did them, two touch-points of security on our travels in uncertain times…

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There are companies that last and many more that don’t. You want to be in the former category.

There are leaders who survive and many more that don’t. Again, you want to be in the former category.

So how do you know if you will?

You have to do the…

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The scene is iconic. Rolling hills leading up to snow-peaked mountains. The mist is crawling through the evergreen valleys. And up ahead on the trail, danger is about to strike.

A group of hikers strolls along at a leisure pace and one of them slips. They slide down the side…

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I was a towering 5’2” as I strolled to the batter’s box. To say I was “underdeveloped” entering high school is an understatement. I was short and slim. But I could play baseball. Now, I wasn’t great. But I knew the rules and made the roster of my freshmen team…

There is something we all know to be true: teamwork makes the dream work. From helpful products to delicious meals, board room meetings to entrepreneurial enterprises, collaboration is a necessary component. Take everyday products for example. My laptop, notebook, and watch are all comprised of a diverse arrangement of individual…

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On the Island of Sodor, there is a rampant theology and philosophy that fuels the engines of the famously personified trains. The trains appear gleeful until they become “cross” with someone for some form of mischief, and thus ensues the generic outline of (almost) every children’s show plot line. As…

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