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Top 10 Most Popular Posts Of October 2010

Can you ever have enough friends?  I can’t speak for you but I constantly need the relational dynamic and people speaking positively into my life.  Life is just too difficult to face alone apart from community. With that in mind, October was an incredible month!  Readership has grown exponentially each month and last month was […]

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16 Leadership Principles and Quotes From Secretariat

Secretariat is AMAZING!  Randall Wallace has given us a great gift in the creation of this film.  I cannot recommend it enough for your entire family. The following are the leadership quotes and principles from the movie. Our Lives Are One Phone Call Away From Changing Forever.  Penny Chenery, played by Diane Lane, receives a […]

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5 Leadership Lessons From The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid is being released on DVD tomorrow.  The following is an updated post of a review I wrote shortly after the movie’s release.  I hope it adds value to you. The Karate Kid is a very enjoyable movie that reflects well on the 80’s original.  Jaden Smith playing the role of Dre’ Parker does an excellent job in this […]

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts Of September 2010

Have you ever been wonderfully surprised?  In July the readership of this blog grew 124%.  During August, it grew an additional 97%.  I figured at some point this rate of acceleration has to stop.  What a bad leadership thought because of my lack of vision.  Incredibly, the month of September saw this site grow another 92%!!!  […]

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20 Leadership Quotes from Gordon Gekko and Wall Street

  Is the iconic character Gordon Gekko played by Michael Douglas correct when he said “Greed is good?”  All leaders are faced with this question.  In essence, we must determine if we are going to serve others or serve ourselves. I loved the new Wall Street movie.  The acting is ridiculously superb and there are a couple […]

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts of August 2010

August was an amazing month!  In July, we experienced 124% growth.  With such a rapid increase, I was just hoping to simply break even or slightly grow during this past month.  Well, thanks to you the readers and so many of you forwarding my posts, we grew an additional 97%!!!  I am blown away and thank […]

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts of July 2010

 [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmwJipHdqpA&hl=en_US&fs=1] I would like to thank everyone who took their valuable time to read this website during the month of July.  I am deeply humbled by the growth we experienced.  Readership more than doubled during the past month growing by 124%. Two main things became apparent – how much we were captivated by the LeBron James decision and how little we get […]

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Inception Leadership Lessons Part 2

In its opening weekend, Inception is expected to bring in over $60 million.  As leaders, however, we evaluate all life experiences through a leadership bias.  This movie is full of items to draw from.  To read Part 1 of this series, click here. As promised in that post, the following are five additional leadership concepts we can extract from Inception and apply to our […]

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Inception Leadership Lessons Part 1

Inception is the finest movie I’ve seen since The Blind Side.  Except for three words that were said which really disturb me, I recommend this movie to anyone who is tired of a popcorn experience and wants an intellectual challenge.  It’s Oscar worthy! After watching Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and now Inception, Chris Nolan is […]

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Courageous The Movie

No movie I’ve ever seen touched my heart like Fireproof by Sherwood Pictures. It’s accurate depiction of modern marriage, selfishness, temptation, reconciliation, and ultimately redemption makes it my favorite movie of all-time.  I regret that many people close to me did not see it.  Marriages could have and should have been saved. My second favorite movie is Terminator 2. How’s […]

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