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Best Nonprofit Websites - Children's National Health System

The Children’s National Health System website is one of the best I’ve seen. In any nonprofit vertical.

The main homepage and Foundation homepage were redesigned last fall with a focus on simplicity and content. 218 more words

Big second half propels Community School of Naples

Community School of Naples reeled off 28 second half points to pull away for a 42-7 road win over Canterbury on Friday.

The Seahawks stumbled early, turning the ball over twice in the first half, one of which turned into a Canterbury touchdown with seven seconds left when freshman quarterback Danny Cunningham found Stephen Hueniken in the corner of the end zone to close the Cougars to 14-7 going into the half. 264 more words


Service Alone Will Not Make Anyone A Leader

People often times want to know what the “Secret” to great leadership is. I have had the opportunity to read this book and I will say, personally, one of the greatest comments made in the book is, “A person can serve without leading, but a leader can’t lead well without serving.”As leaders, we often seek out the secret to great leadership, and what we discover is, there is no secret. 46 more words


When Your Dead

This post was originally published on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at http://www.greatleadersserve.org

I went to a funeral today. When’s the last time you went to one? 543 more words

Conditioned Leadership

Heads UP, Heads Down

Last week was the 10th anniversary of the book “The Secret – What Great Leaders Know and Do“, by Mark Miller and Ken Blanchard. 368 more words


This is One Secret that is Not Meant to be Kept

Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller’s 10th Anniversary edition of The Secret is definitely not meant to be kept to yourself!

An updated version of their classic business fable, … 190 more words



Savannah Smiles (1982)


Mark Miller and Clark L. Paylow


Pierre De Morro

Cast and Characters:

Mark Miller (Alvie), Donovan Scott (Boots), Bridgette Andersen (Savannah) 425 more words