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Time Freedom & Inspiration

I think there’s a theme going on here… In just about every online group I am a part of, and on several Facebook pages I follow, people are talking about how they would live their lives differently if they were … Read More

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A Tale Of Two Queens

This is a tale of two ancient queens – which example will you follow? Boudica was a Celtic queen in Britain whose husband willed that the kingdom should be left in the care of their two daughters after his death. … Read More

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Every Business Is An Impact Business

The question is never ‘should you’ make an impact as a business leader, the question is what type of impact do you want to be making – positive or negative, unconscious or deliberate. Whether you realize it or not, every … Read More

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Intention Versus Impact

It’s incredibly common for me to see people making excuses for another person’s (or their own!) harmful words or behavior on the basis of their ‘intention’. While I do think there’s a distinction between deliberately malicious versus neutral or even … Read More

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Are Illegal Immigrants Taking American Jobs?

After writing my previous post on the power of consumers to affect political events, as well as sharing my perspective in casual conversations, I have received a great deal of pushback to my last point: specifically, my beliefs that the American … Read More

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The Power Of Consumers

It’s time we have a serious talk about the power of consumers – and no, I don’t just mean your power to select toothpaste with fluoride or toothpaste without. Certainly, as consumers, we all have the power to signal to companies … Read More

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Acknowledging A Diverse America

Acknowledging a diverse America is an excellent first step towards remembering what deserves to be celebrated on this day. It seems I was born without the nationalism gene, and correspondingly, Fourth of July has always been a holiday of ambivalent … Read More

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