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    A Leader’s Assertiveness

    A Leader’s Assertiveness

    Nelson Mandela is certainly a household name for many in the world now because of what he stood for. His ideals and values are exemplary even for children yet to be born. He was a great leader and respected by many. It is said that he even sought to empower his former...

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    Winning at Self-Leadership

    Winning at Self-Leadership

    The concept of Leadership is most often looked at within the context of those within our teams or sphere of influence.  Rarely though do we reflect on the most often obscure member of the team…ourselves.  If true leadership is caught and not taught, then...

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    The True Power of Purpose

    The True Power of Purpose

    If you haven’t heard of the inspiring story of Malala Yousafzai, I’d like to share it with you now: Malala grew up in northwest Pakistan, where the Taliban had often banned girls from attending school. She became a vocal supporter of female education when a Taliban...

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    How to Allow Your Team Members to Fail

    How to Allow Your Team Members to Fail

    Dr. James Dobson speaks of “Teachable moments” in parenting. Those unscheduled moments where a lesson is driven home in the life of a child or they just “get it”. And life has plenty of those. No, appointments, no warning, they just happen. I remember a time when I...

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    The Covert Secret about Serving

    The Covert Secret about Serving

    Have you ever woken up one morning thinking, if a statement was to be released about the summary of your life, how would it read? All of us have been called to serve our generation at any stage of life we are, and the hard truth is, we don’t have eternity to do what...

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