Monthly Archives: July 2012

Stephen Covey’s Legacy

I just wrote a post at my leadership blog on my initial reflections upon the death of Stephen Covey. Please read my post — or read Covey’s book. Better yet, imagine what would happen if we all devoted time, energy, … Continue reading

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A Strange Job to Love

I affectionately describe my new job as “the guy who writes those boring reports.” While “boring reports” identifies how some might feel about my responsibility, I actually see it very differently. In June, I began a part time job at … Continue reading

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Ancient Warfare

I just finished reading The World of Joesphus by G.A. Williamson. Josephus was a first century historian who wrote extensively about Jewish life at the time our New Testament was written. As I read through the story of the “War … Continue reading

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