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eThoughts : Leadership and Awareness: Who or What is in Charge?

Do you know why we like babies? They’re innocent, as in not running the world through their experience. Do not get me wrong, babies are not born with a blank slate—a tabula rasa—they are born with personalities, and hence with certain predilections. Babies clearly influence their learning. However, as babies, their predilections are not their […]

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eThoughts : More about Wanderlust

I celebrated my 25th birthday at the base of the Matterhorn that summer of 1972. I told no one and it was one of the best birthdays I’ve ever had. It had been a journey to get there. I had eschewed a business, a marriage, and college. I knew that I needed to get out […]

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eThoughts : A Letter to Arlee

Part of the series Letters to the Family™ (© 2006), a division of Book-In-A-Drawer Publications.™ Family is an interesting entity. I once heard someone say that families would get along a lot better if we treated the members as courteously as we treat strangers. I’m not necessarily buying that statement, but it does seem a […]

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