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    • 1.

      Material Sorrow is Directly Related to Spiritual Ignorance (maya)

      by Yuga Rishi Shriram Sharma Acharya - 2006-11-27
      Progress can never be correlated to amassing of material wealth or sense pleasures and nor can it have anything to do with attainment of conducive circumstances in life. In fact progress is totally de...
    • 2.

      7 Characteristics Of A Good Leader

      by Ricky Lim - 2006-12-18
      While a good leader can be taught and developed, I've always believed some people have natural born abilities to lead by nature. Some people have personal characteristics that allows them to be a lead...
    • 3.

      Coaching Steve Kerr - Reflections On My Time With the NBA's Greatest Shooter

      by Randy Brown - 2006-12-23
      As a wide-eyed graduate assistant basketball coach at the University of Arizona in 1985, I felt as if I had arrived. Laboring as a high school coach for five years offered good experience but could ne...
    • 4.

      Covert Hypnosis

      by Dane Bergen - 2006-12-31
      Covert hypnosis is the extraordinary skill where-by a person can literally persuade someone to do something without the person having any idea why they are doing it. Covert hypnosis isn't the same as ...
    • 5.

      Hitler as a Leader

      by Mary Anne Winslow - 2007-01-16
      Perhaps someone will say Hitler was not a nice person. However nobody will argue his outstanding abilities of a leader. He was a great orator, motivator; highly goal-oriented and true to his cause. He...
    • 6.

      Rules Were Made for Dogs To Follow

      by Audrey Frederick - 2007-01-17
      Why train your dog? The answer to that is simple, without training you and your precious bundle of fluff will soon be just existing or parting company.Rules were made for dogs to follow. If you start...
    • 7.

      Step Up and Lead

      by William Frank Diedrich - 2007-01-18
      A recent leadership study in the United States in 2006 by the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, sponsored by US News & World Report, offered the following data: 70 % of Americans b...
    • 8.

      Greatness vs. Goodness-A "Mind-Shift" for Visionary Leaders

      by Michael Skye - 2007-01-18
      Today's visionary leaders who are making this shift in thinking, from "goodness" to "greatness" are inspiring themselves, their team and even their adversaries to greatness. These visionaries have the...
    • 9.

      "To Oz!": Leading a Resilient-High Achievement Organization

      by Marilyn Lustgarten - 2007-01-19
      One of my favorite movies is "The Wizard of Oz" based on the book by Frank Baum. The story is about the lessons of life, but could also be a metaphor for a resilient, high achievement organization.You...
    • 10.

      Steps to More Effective Leadership

      by George F Franks III - 2007-01-22
      Leaders, whether supervisors or chief executives, face many of the same daily challenges. How leaders respond to these challenges differentiates average or even good leaders from great leaders. Anyo...