Sun.Nov 11, 2018

Three Things Your Remote Leaders Need to Plan for Next Year

Kevin Eikenberry

Ready or not, here comes 2019. If there is a time of year that leaders have the most to do, this might be it. Perhaps this is even more true for remote leaders, trying to coordinate year-end tasks and calendars with those they don’t see in the office. If we want to be more effective […].

Leadership Inspirations – Experts

Strategy Driven

“Few men make themselves masters of the things they write or speak.” ” John Selden (1564 – 1654). English jurist and scholar of England’s ancient laws and constitution.

Honoring Veterans (and Some Family History)

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1LT Rensler Pomeroy

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Setting Up a Corporation

Strategy Driven

If you’re at the point in your business where you are wanting to set up a more formal structure, there are many things to consider and this can be quite a serious business challenge , in terms of deciding which legal entity is going to be best.

To Be Re-Read

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5 Business Tips to Help Orthodontists Get More Clients

Strategy Driven

Whether you are a new orthodontist opening a dental office or want to increase the number of patients you see, implementing new marketing strategies will boost your revenue and growth.

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Find Something Beautiful Today

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[Photo by Ghost Presenter at Unsplash

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Remember

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A video of The Somme, then and now

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Anniversary of the 1918 Armistice

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November 11, 1918. The runner, his breath visible in the morning air, waited for the captain to acknowledge the message. The night had been bitter, the temperature hovering near freezing. The cold had stiffened the mud, caking uniforms and frosting the rim of the trench. Leaden skies threatened snow. A medic moved along the duckboards handing out aspirin to sneezing, hacking men with heavy colds.

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First Paragraph

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Thirty-four long, sweet summer days separated the morning of June 28, when the heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire was shot to death, from the evening of August 1, when Russia's foreign minister and Germany's ambassador to Russia fell weeping into each other's arms and what is rightly called the Great War began. From A World Undone: The Story of the Great War 1914 to 1918 by G. Meyer

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