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Looking at Leadership

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Looking at Leadership

“The joy of a leader can often be seen in the joy of those being led.” By John Dunia No one would argue the value of having a great leader. In last week’s post, some of the qualities of leadership were discussed (click here to read it). When attempting to characterize positive attributes of a […]

Leading to the Future

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Leading to the Future

“The most difficult problems to see often are those in the mirror” By John Dunia Leadership is a quality in high demand these days. It is so great that a new industry has spawned to fill that need. There are classes, books, courses, and coaches who specialize in molding, shaping and creating leaders for every […]

The Impossible Dream

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The Impossible Dream

“Chasing the dream can be more rewarding than achieving it” By John Dunia One of the most rewarding things about posting these articles is the interaction with readers from around the globe. This week’s article was inspired by a comment from last week. The subject was examining the motives behind our actions – even when […]

Opportunity Knocks!

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Opportunity Knocks!

The ultimate motivation is something more than money can buy. by John Dunia Recently I’ve been thoroughly examining my motives and the reasons behind my actions. In last week’s article, I discussed the possibility that some philanthropists may not always have the greatest intentions behind their giving. This week, I want to bring that point […]

Reasons for Forgiveness

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Reasons for Forgiveness

“The purpose of forgiveness is to heal and not to cause more grief.” By John Dunia There is little uncertainty about the importance of forgiveness but there definitely is a lot of misunderstanding on how it ought to be implemented and applied. Last week’s article was the third in a series on its importance and […]

How far should forgiveness go?

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How far should forgiveness go?

“Forgiveness is important when there is a purpose behind it” by John Dunia In last week’s article, forgiveness was shown to be an effective means for the healing process. However, it was presented in a way that is rarely discussed and that way is self-forgiveness as the first step. The emphasis is generally concentrated on […]

A Window into the Past

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A Window into the Past

“Sometimes we reflect so we know which direction to go in the future.” By John Dunia Our past holds many stories from our life. A mixture of many and varied emotional experiences, there is no denying that they are a complete and total sum of who we are today. While some would give anything to […]

If there were but one

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If there were but one

“The greatest gift one could ever give is rarely anything tangible” By John Dunia The inspiration for my articles often comes to me while feverishly working on another one. In last week’s article (click here to read it), it happened again and I could hardly wait for this Sunday to arrive. Perhaps the most difficult […]

The Act of Giving

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The Act of Giving

“We should not simply give only so that we shall receive” By John Dunia There are many ways in which an act of giving can be accomplished. Whether it is advice, a hand, or something of value, defining oneself as a “giving person” is not easily summed up in a sentence or two. However, when […]

The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth!

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The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth!

“What defines the truth is often not far beyond our own reach.” by John Dunia Truth is an interesting concept. In last week’s article, it was noted that history wasn’t always recorded as it truly happened. Ironically, one of America’s most treasured stories about truth-telling – that of six-year-old George Washington cutting down his father’s cherry […]

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