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Do you lead like a conductor?

If you know me, you know that a good part of my career has been devoted to music education. I was trained as a trumpet player, taught middle school general and choral music, directed (and traveled extensively with) … 431 more words


Furguson...My Two Cents

Uh oh…I’m off on another tangent. I hereby issue a warning…this post has nothing to do with the gym so please feel free to close your eyes while reading it! 946 more words

What Can the Movie “When the Game Stands Tall” Teach Business?

Last night, I was privileged to see a preview of the new movie, “When the Game Stands Tall”, which brings to life Neil Hayes’ excellent book of the same name. 532 more words


Campaign commercials can perfume a pig

While I tend to mute campaign commercials, I do prefer the ones where the candidate is speaking about themselves. I find them more preferable than the attack ads that tend to be funded by outside groups and more often than not take liberties with the truth. 611 more words




Dick Hardy, Pastoral Leadership Consultant emails:

We’re getting so many positive reviews about the free video series we put out last week, I thought I’d give them all to you on one page (with no opt-in required). 1,374 more words


What Leaders Can Learn From Pearl Divers

Dig deeper. Look past the first right answer.

Last weekend on my run, I glanced across the harbour and saw this view of a boat on the water. 441 more words


Major Sergeant Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel Educates, Elevates, Unites and Inspires

On August 10th 2014 the Atlanta community gathered in solidarity with Israel.

Major Sergeant Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel (in the video below, skip to 1:03:32) of the Israel Defense Force educates, elevates, unites and inspires, as he shares his personal experiences in the current conflict with Gaza and his perspective on the larger threat from radical Islam. 100 more words