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10 Most Popular Posts Of March 2011 – A Month From Hell

March 2011 will be a month I will never forget.  Many things happened that will leave lasting memories and that was reflected in what the readers felt were the most popular posts.  The #1 post is about a man on a highway to hell.  Posts #2 and #9 were about hell on earth – Japan.  […]

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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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Leaders, Here Is Why You Need To Ditch Your Assumptions

Joel Achenbach of the Washington Post wrote a very interesting article on Japanese geologists.  You see, these geologists have long predicted a major earthquake in Japan.  However, this event was not to happen 80 miles off the coast but rather 231 miles southwest.  This would have placed it along a fault line just southwest of Tokyo. “It took place in a stretch […]

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The Generation Changing The World And What Churches Need To Know

In the February 28th edition of Time magazine, the revolutions of the Middle East are examined with a special look at the roles young people and technology are playing.  The results are fascinating and have ripple effects that all leaders should take note of. The current events in Tunisia and Egypt, as well as uprisings in […]

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24 Leadership Quotes From President George Bush On Hannity

When discussing Apex Leaders, you don’t get much more Apex than the leader of the free world.  Recently, former President George W. Bush appeared on a special edition of Hannity to discuss his new book Decision Points.  Here are his comments:  “I signed 2400 books (at a recent Dallas signing) and I couldn’t thank people […]

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My Top 20 Favorite Leadership Posts Of 2010

Merry Christmas everyone!  If you are sitting around these next couple of days looking for some good year-end reading material, the following are my Top 20 Favorite Leadership Posts Of 2010.  I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did bringing them to you. Ladies, How To Welcome A Man Home – By far my favorite post […]

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These People Get A Pat-Down Every Day Of Their Life

Air travel has never been glamorous but it is more challenging now than ever.  The USA Today’s report that India’s Ambassador to the United States Meera Shankar was recently selected at Jackson-Evers International Airport for a pat-down was the latest in a number of highly publicized issues.  While this has caused our country some embarrassment, it reminded me […]

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