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A Little Attitude Goes a Long Way

Apr 21, 2014 By (Bio) No Comments
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April 21, 2014 A Little Attitude Goes a Long Way by Gina Breslin Field Hockey is a game where a lot of the rules are subjective and interpretation is left to the referee. For those of us who play the sport, it’s just part of the game. You learn at a young age that the […]

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How We Spend Our Lives

April 4, 2014 How We Spend Our Lives, by Bethany Graybill Earlier this week I had lunch with a dear friend who recently lost her mom to a very short and courageous battle with cancer.  I asked what she missed most about her mom and if there were any special reminders of her mom or […]

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What’s on Your List?

March 20, 2014 What’s on Your List by Lynette Meck Several years ago at this time of the year I had just returned from a three day retreat in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts.  I needed this retreat away from work and other commitments.  The “to do” lists and “shoulds” were overtaking me.  […]

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Think Slow, Act Fast

Mar 05, 2014 By (Bio) No Comments
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March 5, 2014 Think Slow, Act Fast by Dave Thompson Have you ever made a decision in the heat of the moment, believing it was critical to show your ability to be decisive or keep things moving? I have, and my decision left much to be desired. When the intended result did not transpire, it […]

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Back to the Beginning

Feb 20, 2014 By (Bio) No Comments

February 20, 2014 Back to the Beginning by Sheryl Eberly In 2005, Steve Jobs reflected on a period in his career when things hadn’t gone the way he’d planned: The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, less sure about everything. It freed me to enter one of […]

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Intentions, Resolutions & Commitments

February 5, 2014 Intentions, Resolutions & Commitments by Joanne Ladley Did you make New Year’s resolutions? If so, have you broken them yet? I’ve never been a big fan of New Year’s resolutions, mostly because I’ve never stuck to them. Too often, resolutions were statements I made off the cuff with very little real intention […]

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The Blessing of Inadequacy

January 20, 2014 The Blessing of Inadequacy by Daryl Leisey Is it important to optimize every moment? The obvious answer is yes, isn’t it? We’ve been taught to do our best, maximize every opportunity, strive for perfection. But is that always the best? Perhaps we’re just not capable of what we set out to do. […]

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Growing Pains

Jan 06, 2014 By (Bio) No Comments
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January 6, 2014 Growing Pains by Roger North At a recent holiday gathering, my 15 year-old nephew wanted to stand back-to-back with me. He wanted to see how his recent growth spurt measured up to his tallest uncle. He seemed to be feeling pretty good about being within 3 inches of me. Justin has grown […]

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How Are You Doing?

Dec 20, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments

December 20, 2013 How Are You Doing? by Gerald Meck I exercise regularly.  The other day, while at the gym I asked a senior gentleman, How are you?  This is the standard way I greet people. On this particular day, I was in a hurry to complete my routine.  I asked the question out of […]

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Courage to Lead

Dec 05, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments
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December 5, 2013 Courage to Lead by Craig Schloneger In November we commemorated two events that were pivotal in shaping our nation’s identity.  On November 19, 1863, Abraham Lincoln was in Gettysburg, PA where he delivered a very short but powerful speech marking the end of the Civil War and the beginning of reconciliation for […]

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