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Arnold Horshak, My Hero

Remember the character Arnold Horshak from the 1970s TV sitcom Welcome Back Kotter?  As an adult, I think about Horshak every time I raise my hand; I guess I could say that one of the reasons I’ve gotten to where I am today is because I wasn’t afraid to raise my hand. 427 more words




HOW PROUD HIS FATHER MUST BE…….Jesse Jackson Jr. is now being paid $8,700 Per Month in Disability, plus a $45,000 annual pension while now serving In prison after he resigned from Congress. 311 more words

"A Conservative View"

Simple Leadership

The more complicated you try to make leadership the more complicated it will be to lead.

Some people like to make leadership really really complicated. I think they do that in order to put “leaders” or those with leadership titles on a pedestal of some kind. 392 more words


Living Life - A Practice

Calling. Breathing.  Entering a state of just Being.  Pure awareness.

Time stands still, and yet, everything flows.

Floating along changes. Phenomena, images and thoughts float by and disintegrate.  57 more words


Hearing But Not Listening

As a customer service professional, how many times have you attempted to assist a customer, only to make them angry? Did you feel as if you were having a conversation with someone who did not speak the same language as you? 229 more words

Customer Service

A Narrative for our Nation and our Promise

In 2010, I had the privilege of participating in the first of two Highlands Forum meetings I attended that year. This first meeting was in Newport, RI, and hosted a small group of remarkable thinkers and professionals from diverse industry, academic and government organizations. 1,016 more words

Connected Age

Confession: I Enjoy Mythbusters

I enjoy the show Mythbusters on the Discovery Channel.  If you have never seen the show the two stars, along with the rest of the cast, work to prove or disprove a myth.   450 more words