Why Do We Continue to Be So Unoriginal?

People are hungry creatures by nature. Hungry to be liked; hungry to be loved; hungry…

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The Old Man and the Boy

The old man and the boy spent a lifetime sharing talesOf days when the man was not so old and he’d ride on the backs of whalesThe last of the whale riders The boy listened closely, held in awe, to the stories that he heardAnd when he saw the glint in the old man’s eyes the boy didn’t doubt a wordOn a sandy beach the two would walk, the man’s dog by their sideThrowing pebbles out to the sea, racing against the tide Like guardians the two would stand with their winter coats drawn tightAnd in the s

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Assume Others Are Good Until You Know Otherwise

Looking around us, whether it’s on the news or our various social networks, you’d…

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Without Context, Any Old Shit Can Be Viewed as True

There’s nothing so absurd that if you repeat it often enough, people will believe…

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If We Encouraged Everyone to Be Leaders In Their Own Right

Take a moment to ask yourself these two questions: How are we encouraging hope…

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This Borrowed Life

Today was a fairly big day for me and my wife. And, I guess,…

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How Change and Persistent Vision Can Help You Find What Matters to You

In his book Tribes, Seth Godin talks about Chris Sharma, an American rock climber…

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Belief, Ego and Remarkability

Everyone has greatness in them. The challenge is how we express it. We can…

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