Category Archives: change

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

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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

Do We Know Enough?

  Today, as I look across Atlanta from my desk, my thoughts are drawn to the challenges of life. When I consider the thousands of people within my view on the downtown connector, in office buildings, and on the streets I’m led to ask … Continue reading

Posted in absenteeism, Atlanta, Behavior, better, change, charity, conflict, Culture, Dream, Dreams, Education, fear, grow, habits, Humanitarian, ideas, infection, Leadership, NGO, peace, Philanthropy, service, social, Training, TV, unity, violence, volunteer, war | 1 Comment

Where there is Smoke there is Fire: Smokers and Substance Abuse

            It’s no revelation that the majority of people in the United States who smoke cigarettes began as teenagers. Here are some revealing statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 2006 National Survey on Drug Use & … Continue reading

Posted in Behavior, cancer, change, conflict, drugs, Family, fear, happy, health, School, smoking, statistics, stress, think, Training | 2 Comments

To Wiki or Not To Wiki?

  Can Wikipedia be trusted? This is not a new question. It should be asked of every encyclopedia. Encyclopedias are touch stones, introductory references, telescopes peaking into much larger worlds. Sometimes the lenses of our printed guides are blurred. Ink alone does … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Learning Theory, change, CRM, database, learning, Online, Resources, search engines, technology, think, Training, Wiki | 1 Comment