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Servant Leadership

The phrase servant leadership was coined by Robert Greenleaf in an essay he wrote in 1970. He explains the idea as one who first aspires to serve, then desires to lead. The servant leader seeks to promote the well-being of others, as he or she helps them to grow and...
Legacy of a Child

Legacy of a Child

Eight-year-old Rachel Beckwith was excited about her ninth birthday. She was not looking forward to opening gifts; her only wish was donations to a nonprofit that provides clean water to areas of Africa and Asia that suffer from disease and malnutrition due to...
Balance

Balance

Last week high wire artist Nik Wallenda made history when he crossed a gorge in the area of the Grand Canyon on a two-inch wire. Though he was 1500 feet in the air, he walked the 1400-foot distance with neither a safety net nor a harness to keep him from plummeting to...
Winning Integrity

Winning Integrity

Ivan Fernandez Anaya didn’t win the race, but kindness and integrity made him a champion if integrity is the measure. Competing in a cross country race in Spain last December, he found himself well behind Olympic bronze medalist Abel Mutai of Kenya for most of the...
Wait for God

Wait for God

Google engineers have discovered that 400 milliseconds is longer than most people will wait for a Web page to load. Any longer than this, literally the time it takes to blink an eye, and most readers will give up. Accustomed to instant answers and quick results, the...
The Wisdom From Above

The Wisdom From Above

Consider three of the worst technology predictions ever made: “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” cash advance lenders not brokers — Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943 “This ‘telephone’ has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as...