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Leadership on the Rails

    In a recent issue of the New Yorker Magazine author Josh Rothman talks about the dangers of the “lionization of leaders.” Or in his words;   “The glorification of leadership makes existing leaders seem disappointing by comparison, leading to an ever more desperate search for “real” leaders to replace them.”   Rothman discusses

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Less is More

    A 2010 New York Times article on the word/concept of wellness noted that when Dan Rather did a 60 Minutes segment on the topic in 1979, he intoned, “Wellness, there’s a word you don’t hear everyday.” But “more than three decades later,” the NYT notes, “wellness is, in fact, a word that Americans might

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Just 1 Idea

  December is a month filled with lists depicting highlights of the past year. Best books, music, movies and memorable events are usual headliners. Then, drum roll please, comes the inevitable January and the omnipresent New Year’s resolutions!   1/1/16 as most years will see the push to “fix something” that is “wrong” with you.

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Food for Performance not Punishment

    With another week of fear mongering nutritional frenzy behind us let’s take a deep breath and think rationally about the headline. If you happened to miss the latest news fury, I’m talking about the recent World Health Organization (WHO) advice concerning processed and red meat and cancer.   Before tackling the issue I

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