Accountability

Oneness

Creating a Culture of Integrity

Oneness, this ought to be easy, but often it’s not.  “Being on the same page”, “getting in the same boat”, “waiting on the same count” are all sayings that sometimes are easier said than done. Why? Could be lots of reasons; some listening to a different beat, some having their own agenda, or some just…

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Accountability

3MenNotTakingResponsibilty

Do you identify with any of  this? Accountability? Have you found yourself as one of these types lately? So, let’s see if we can find out what’s going on here. One man denies it all, another can’t stand to hear about it and the man on the right makes sure everyone knows it wasn’t his…

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In Your Best Interest?

Looting the Piggybank

Do you know this guy? Is he working in your best interest? I use to work for a guy like this – a guy, who consciously thought only about himself 24/7. If you look in the dictionary under the word narcissism, I’m sure you’d find his name. Turning a small, west Texas savings and loan…

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Awareness and Intuition

Keynote Speach - Workshop

Keynote Speech What a word this is — AWARENESS.   Did you know it’s not even listed as a word in Dictionary.com or Merriam-Webster online? Sad but true. You can find the word aware – which alludes to awareness, but eventually we’re redirected to the word self-awareness. Hmmm, let’s see how this works. We are hereby…

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Financial Fraud Deja Vu

It’s surprising to find that most people really don’t understand what fraud is. Sure, they hear about it, usually on a grand scale, but they don’t understand what really happens and the devastating effect it has on people, companies and economies. My discussion of the 57 varieties of fraud is eye opening and thought provoking;…

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Humility Breeds Integrity

Some thoughts about the Wall Street protesters, a growing movement in a number of cities in the US.  I believe we may have a group of well intentioned people aiming their anger in the right direction — but for the wrong, underlying reasons. “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate” said the prison captain…

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