Category Archives: Leadership

The lynch mob who attacked Mayor Walker

Throughout most of my life I had never been able to understand how mobs could gather undertaking the things they do. As I would read stories of the past, I would marvel that—in their time—individuals were filled with enough hate … Continue reading

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What is our “adult” example teaching?

Are we really adults as we go about bad mouthing, expressing hate, and dissing on each and every move our political leaders make? Why it is families are fair game now? Is there anything that either side can endure about … Continue reading

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Our Electoral College is outdated?

I am intrigued and gratified by the outcries of victory (and/or defeat) from the 2016 election results. Intrigued- that we are quick to find answers which support our side and Gratified- that we live in a country where it is … Continue reading

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It is best we don’t agree…

I was impressed with President Obama reaching out to Trump welcoming a healthy transition of leadership. “The peaceful transfer of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy.” Secretary Clinton was graceful in defeat and suggested our constitutional democracy … Continue reading

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Great words of advice…

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Will Obamacare survive?

When my family and I started our company 40 years ago, we were working out of a garage on a $600 bank loan, assembling miniature picture frames. Our first retail store wasn’t much bigger than most people’s living rooms, but we … Continue reading

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Learn who Mitt Romney is…

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Perhaps one of the best sermons you will ever witness…

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This is our Country…

I have long wondered why close friends and family can see things so differently, yet have so much in common.  My best example is watching a rival football game with my brother-in-law who is rooting for the other team. As … Continue reading

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