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Ohio State Buckeyes Head Coach Jim Tressel Resigns: Would You Hire Him?

The college football universe is dominated by the news today that Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Jim Tressel has resigned.  Though this is not surprising, the timing is. I liked Coach Tressel.  He appeared to me as a guy who was a class act who simply made some bad decisions.  From a leadership perspective, the biggest […]

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What Infidelity Does To A Woman

Earlier this week, we learned that Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child with his housekeeper forcing wife Maria Shriver to hire a divorce attorney.  Every time I hear of something like this happening whether in the entertainment industry, political arena, my family, or at church, something deeply bothers me on the inside. It just makes me angry when the […]

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20 Leadership Quotes And Principles From Mark Zuckerberg And The Facebook Effect Part 1

Mark Zuckerberg is a fascinating individual.  By all accounts, he appears to lack even rudimentary people skills but he has created a medium for inter-personal communications that has made him the world’s youngest billionaire. I am currently reading the critically acclaimed book The Facebook Effect by David Kirkpatrick, the former senior editor for Internet and technology at Fortune magazine.  The […]

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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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Pastors, If You Don’t Think Your People Can Give Money Read This

On January 2nd through 5th over 22,000 18-25 year olds, mostly college students, gathered in Atlanta, Ga for Passion 2011 for a time of spiritual renewal, equipping, and mobilization.  The Passion Conferences, led by Louie Giglio and Chris Tomlin among others, have become the world’s most influential spiritual movement for students. At each conference, these young people are challenged […]

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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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