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The Surprising Results of Servant Leadership

As a POW in Vietnam I was typically the junior ranking and youngest person in my cellblock.This meant that I was always a follower and never a formal leader [i].    But in retrospect, I see that I did have influence and one way it came was through being a joyful doer.  The truth is […]

1,955 Days—Improving My German and Chin-ups One Day at a Time

                          We often hear of the value of 20/20 hindsight when looking back at the past.  In facing the future of 2012, I believe there is great benefit and encouragement to be gained by looking back—and with the advance release of my new […]

Leaders and Accountability — Notes from the Cliff

As we prepare to launch into the New Year, I’ve amazed at how the word “cliff” has dominated the news. We’re obviously not talking about the very dangerous physical sport of cliff diving which can be a thing of beauty and grace done by the professionals. No, it’s the political sport of dancing on the […]