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Every week brings news of tragedy, heartbreak, loss, racial tensions, frustrations with poor leadership, all reminding us of the obvious: this world is broken and in need of healing. To be honest, it can be overwhelming, paralyzing, and hopeless to … Continue reading
In a earlier post on “Boost Your Resilience with Gratitude”, I shared a tip from HBR Management Tip of the Day. While research shows the transforming power gratitude in our personal lives, our relationships and our organizations, gratitude is not all about us. … Continue reading
On February 23, 1945, an unknown photographer snapped a photo which became one of the enduring symbols of the U.S. Marine Corps. During World War II, at the bloody battle for Iwo Jima, five Marines and a Navy Corpsman took the … Continue reading
Thank you for visiting, reading and commenting on the blog this past year. There is so much great info out there and we all have limited time. You chose to invest some moments here. So, THANK YOU! I hope you … Continue reading
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As I reflect about my life, influence, and future plans on my birthday, I also reflect on my own mortality. “That’s great Ray, way to be a happy person” you might say. Ah,…