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Moody Bible’s Culby X: Free Christmas Album

Ron Edmondson

Introducing…from the men of Culby X … A Christmas Album. It’s free, it’s inspiring, and it’s good. Life Changes.

Everyone Wins with Gratitude

Kevin Eikenberry

Since in the United States today we celebrate Thanksgiving, it is appropriate, perhaps even expected, to suggest we be grateful today. Of course, the reality is that gratitude is important to our relationships and to us as well, (as today’s quotation suggests) and deserves a place in our daily thoughts. I’ll move right to it [.].

Leadership Starts With A Choice…Or Is That A Decision?

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Coaching Leadership Development Leadership starts with a choice…a choice to lead. Where does a leader want to lead people and what will they expect those people to do along the way? Leadership Starts With A Choice…Or Is That A Decision? Leadership Coaching Leadership Development action choices decisons Leadership

Thanksgiving Survey: Book Giveaway

Ron Edmondson

It’s always interesting to compare Thanksgiving practices with others. I thought it might be fun to hear some differences in how we celebrate.

Finding Gratitude in the Common Things

Leading Blog

We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures. Thornton Wilder. Sometimes we have big and uncommon things to be thankful for, but mostly what we have to be thankful for is daily, common and mundane. It’s these daily blessings that we take for granted. Gratefulness is a state of mind.

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10 top tips for guaranteed employee engagement

Rapid BI

Essential activities to ensure your people are engaged. Talent management and engagement are current buzz phrases and in this context employee engagement seems to be climbing up the agenda again. Management communicate Employee engagement praise reward top tips

This is What I’m Thankful For Right Now (Community Management Edition)

Managing Communities

photo credit: proudcanadianeh Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate it. In honor of the day, I thought that I would take a moment to talk about a few things that I am thankful for right now, as they pertain to managing an online community. I have a lot to be thankful for, both professionally and [.].

Quote of the Day

Execupundit

Here is a test to find whether your mission on earth is finished: if you're alive, it isn't. Richard Bach

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Hero’s Journey

CO2

“The end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” ” TS Elliot. Just Ask Leadership Poet

Thanksgiving Mission Statement

Execupundit

Enjoy the Company Savor the Meal Give Thanks Count Your Blessings

Executive Coaching 2011 Annual Survey

CO2

Experience in Business or Consulting is Most Critical! Newsletter Newsletter Extras Executive Coaching

Beautiful and Haunting

Execupundit

The main theme from "October Sky

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The Beacon

Execupundit

One night after visiting my grandmother in Las Vegas, my husband, infant son and I were driving back home to Flagstaff. On I-40 we encountered an unexpected snowstorm. It was dark, and the snow kept getting thicker. The wind started howling through our old car's windows. We didn't even know where we were. Then a miracle happened.

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Dutch Treat

Execupundit

Welcome to the many readers from The Netherlands who have recently visited this site

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A Little Ottorino in the Morning

Execupundit

The Hanover Chamber Orchestra with Ancient Airs and Dances by Ottorino Respighi

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The Death of the Individual

Execupundit

It should now be obvious that in the name of “the brotherhood of man,” of human sympathy and an oceanic desire for peace, a travesty is being enacted. As C.S. Lewis presciently wrote in his 1944 The Abolition of Man : “We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful.”

An Informal Affair

Execupundit

Back by popular demand: Countless Victorian-era engravings notwithstanding, the Pilgrims did not spend the day sitting around a long table draped with a white linen cloth, clasping each other's hands in prayer as a few curious Indians looked on. Nathaniel Philbrick, Mayflower