Category Archives: Leadership

Kennedy and the Moon

Kennedy proposes joint mission to the moon An optimistic and upbeat President John F. Kennedy suggests that the Soviet Union and the United States cooperate on a mission to mount an expedition to the moon. The proposal caught both the … Continue reading

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Emancipation Proclamation

On this day in 1862, President Abraham Lincoln issues a preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, which sets a date for the freedom of more than 3 million black slaves in the United States and recasts the Civil War as a fight against … Continue reading

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The Workplace

W100™ In a western orchestra, there are typically between 22 and 30 instruments. Add casual, pop instruments perhaps another 20. Globally there must be a 1000 or more. Casper Abraham via Quora Preface When the idea for the Workplace 100™ (W100™) … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador

López Obrador, or AMLO, as he is also called, won fifty-three per cent of the vote, leaving his nearest rivals, including Ricardo Anaya of the conservative PAN party, far behind. Not only did López Obrador win; the party that he … Continue reading

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Halftime and Independence

As the United States celebrates Independence Day (242nd) over an extended holiday for many hopefully, yesterday’s food and festivities didn’t satiate reflecting from whence we came and where we’re headed. These five videos might provide a useful context for you … Continue reading

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Curiosity and Innovation

On this day in 1752, Benjamin Franklin flies a kite during a thunderstorm and collects a charge in a Leyden jar when the kite is struck by lightning, enabling him to demonstrate the electrical nature of lightning. Franklin became interested … Continue reading

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