Bill Frist, Thank You . . .

This is a rare op-ed post from me on a non-commercial site where I try to share both relevant information to our life and times, as well as inspiration.

With that said here is my background, context endorsement regarding Bill Frist about both his observations and future leadership roles.

Bill Frist re Robert Mueller 7.12.18In a world of relentless noise where keywords become a requirement for filtering local and global information here are those attributes of Bill Frist that I choose to highlight in their importance to me. These are listed in order of importance as I reflect on the needs of society and our evolving global civilization #humanitarian #studied #balanced #involved #forthright These each have subsets which are formidable in their own rights: compassionate, disciplined, fair-minded, engaged, thoughtful, and the list goes on.

Bill Frist and I were neighbors in Belle Meade where he was a social guest in my home while he was in his transition from heart surgeon to the US Senate.

I have followed his career from then to the present now covering some 33 years. Those years have been marked with an unprecedented velocity of exponential change on every level of society and being and only promise to accelerate.

The article that prompted this was his calls on Republicans in the Senate to protect the work of Robert Mueller.

This is expression of mine is neither politically or partisanship related but rather is a call to each of us to reach for that higher self within us and move beyond the seeming immediacy of our own perceived interests.
Please receive this as nothing more or less than that.

Writing from Morelia, Mexico
July 12, 2018

About David Mills

David is the Founder, Catalyst, and Co-creator of Workplace Hidden Opportunities. Workplace Hidden Opportunities is an information management Specialized Knowledge Platform™ (SKP™) focused exclusively on the workplace and corporate real estate. Together with the W100 a book by the same title is in progress.
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