Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tsunami: An Act of Nurture

A tsunami is a beastly act of nature whose weapons are loss of life, loss of property, a loss of personal security. But is there something to be gained from a tsunami? Not in the real, environmental sense, but in … Continue reading

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Disarming Fear

The six year old girl stared at the wrinkled knuckle of his index finger. There, so close to her face, it pressed tightly against the trigger of a handgun. The cold barrel sucked warmth from a spot above her eyes. … Continue reading

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Gullible’s Travels

One of my favorite leadership lessons waited almost 300 years for me to find it. And now I’m sharing it with you. In 1726, Jonathan Swift published Gulliver’s Travels, a story about Lemuel Gulliver’s adventures at sea. The best-known of … Continue reading

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