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Leading by Example

  What makes a leader? Charisma? Fame? Actions? My vote goes to number 3. We live in a time where unfortunately money, power and greed often portray are leaders. There are individuals who dare to be different, read honest and lead with integrity.   One such person is the Mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulín

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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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Passing the Torch

  Every April 5th I’m reminded that our Mom is no longer with us. With her passing in 2007 on this day the torch of the oldest female in our family was handed to me. For anyone who has lost a family member these life cycle events offer time to reflect and honor a lost

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More WE Less ME: Thoughts from Shanghai

  There are thousands of books, hundreds of gurus and countless articles on leadership, so why waste your time here, it’s all been said? Who knows, it could at least be fun!   Full disclosure on why I’m interested once again in Leadership (see previous post here). First, I just finished reading Seth Godin’s “Tribes:

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