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10 Most Popular Posts Of April 2011

I stated in my post 10 Most Popular Posts Of March 2011 – A Month From Hell that I was hoping we would get a little bit of Heaven in April.  Well, that desire became reality.  The following are the 10 Most Popular posts from the last 30 days as determined by you the readers. […]

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Leadership That Is New But Not Improved

New And Improved!  We all like to buy products that are new and improved.  It tells us that makers of those products care.  They care about the quality of the product and they care about us.  It tells us they have working on making something good even better.  We like things that are new and […]

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6 Reasons Why Women Cheat And How To Hopefully Stop It

Since the beginning of time there has been a cosmic attack on the family, specifically targeted at the wives of husbands who are passive.  Go back to Adam and Eve and simply ask the question, where was Adam while Eve was being tempted? Leadership begins at home.  Recently I posted Why Men Cheat but the problem […]

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24 Quotes And Characteristics Of A Leadership Killer

Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is the odds-on favorite to win the NBA MVP this year.  He is an Apex Leader, the best in the game.  What makes him so good?  All leaders can learn from two articles that recently profiled the 22-year-old superstar. Sports Illustrated March 7, 2011 Killer Instinct – “The best ones […]

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Do You Think Some People Spend Eternity In Hell? 17 Things Rob Bell And Others Need To Know

Rob Bell has everyone talking and I would like for everyone who reads this post to comment?  He’s going to sell a lot of books.  And he is completely wrong.  This saddens me because  I have always enjoyed the Nooma videos and the creativity and theatrics of Bell.  Dust Of The Rabbi is one of my […]

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4 Stories From Survivors Of The Japanese Earthquake And Tsunami

Leaders should always live their lives with the end in mind.  The Daily Mail has chronicled some stories of the survivors of this past weekend’s tragic events in Japan.  The great lesson to me was the commonality of each story is that when faced with death, it was their family that was most important.  “Hiromitsu Shinkawa was found floating […]

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