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Words equal Culture

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Words  Equal  Culture Words Are ‘principal carriers of meaning,’ powerful beyond comprehension. Building blocks. Tools of expression. Significance filters. Words matter. They always have and now amidst a globally connected web community, they matter more; if that’s possible. Culture A culture is the cumulative beliefs and behaviors, the personality and characteristics of a particular community, […]

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Mobile Giving: Red Cross Text Haiti

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Mobile Giving; Collaboration Haiti The tragedy in Haiti once again reminds us life is painfully heartbreaking and wildly ,deliciously inspiring. The fact is over 3 million Haitians have been affected by the earthquake and there have been tens of thousands, and estimated hundreds of thousands of casualties. Life is heartbreaking. On the other hand, within minutes of the disaster photos were […]

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Trust; The Oxygen of Relationships

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Trust: The Oxygen of Relationships; PART TWO in THE SYMPHONY OF RELATING Trust is the oxygen of relationships. In life and in business. For me, trust results when I experience integrity, authenticity and transparency. The other day I was musing over the elements of trust and posted the following question on twitter; "What is the […]

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Closing The Leadership Gaps

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I attended the Town Hall event  in Seattle last night featuring national best selling author Daniel Pink. Pink was in town to talk about his new book, Drive; The Surprising Truth About what Motivates Us. Pink’s cocktail party summary of his book is, ” When it comes to motivation there is a gap between what science […]

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Don’t Talk: Engage Conversations

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In junior high someone named me fog horn. I know I shouldn't admit this. But its all about transparency and authenticity right? I was loud; with a capital L. I've been an athlete most of my life and most of my school years I  walked away with the Most Inspirational award, or was it loudest sport-cheerleader? […]

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