Category Archives: abuse

“My name is Tyler, and in nine years I’ll be an alcoholic.”

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Posted in abuse, ad council, alcohol, awareness, children, choice, denial, Education, Family, high school, listen, middle school, parents, party, prevention, talk, trouble | 3 Comments

Anything You Post Online, Anyone Can See. Think Before You Post.

Have you ever searched online for your name, profile names, or email addresses? You might be surprised by what you find. If you’ve posted anything online, it’s out there. It’s public. You probably wouldn’t consider posting a tenth of what you post … Continue reading

Posted in abuse, ad council, ads, advertising, awareness, Behavior, blog, blogging, blogs, children, crime, disclosure, exploitation, facebook, fraud, identity, modesty, Safety, social, temptation, think, Training, trust, violence, wise | 4 Comments

Myanmar, China, and Charity.

The stories of Myanmar and China will soon leave the media. Unfortunately we cannot rely on popular news outlets to keep us informed. Our media culture is suffering from cronic, industry wide, ADHD. Like hungry fish they are easy lured away, biting at anything … Continue reading

Posted in abuse, aid, Behavior, burma, change, charity, china, choice, conflict, Education, Educational Development, food, giving, habits, happy, health, honor, Humanitarian, hunger, infection, Leadership, live, love, Myanmar, peace, Philanthropy, Religion, Resources, service, unity, UPS | Leave a comment

Power Vs. Authority

It appears that far too many accept the idea that power and authority are synonymous. It seems to be an underlying assumption that those who possess authority also possess power, or that mortal authority grants power. From my perspective these … Continue reading

Posted in abuse, assessment, authority, Behavior, change, choice, Leadership, power, social, temptation, trust, unity, work | 4 Comments

“Permanently Suspicious of Myself

Below is a quote from Václav Havel on the importance of self evaluation for those in possession of power.  Being in power makes me permanently suspicious of myself. What is more, I suddenly have a greater understanding of those who … Continue reading

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