Let's reframe the way we look at elections, our candidates, and the process by creating a worldwide team of informed and educated voters who do their best to direct the conversation around each election -- local, regional, national -- to the issues involved and to encourage and to give a fair chance to candidates who think and act with honor and integrity.
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This is a great review of a book I must now read. And everyone else should consider reading it, too.
Please like the Leadership With Heart page for more articles like this: It seems like both sides are doing a lot of things incorrectly when communicating with each other. The article is good, but the video goes deeper and talks about the communication aspects of the results of the study.
We're having a lively discussion in the private group about whether Christmas has been "lost" because of the trend of using the more inclusive greeting of "Happy Holidays." I would love to hear from someone who can give a good reason why that is. How does using a more inclusive greeting, when you don't know what a particular person celebrates, take away from Christmas?
This seems to be one of many fabricated divisive issues, issues that focus on our differences rather than our commonalities, so I thought I'd see if I can get some feedback.
The foreword to Justice Scalia’s book (Scalia Speaks) by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: “If our friendship encourages others to appreciate that some very good people have ideas with which we disagree, and that, despite differences, people of goodwill can pull together for the institutions we serve and our country, I will be overjoyed, as I am confident Justice Scalia would be.”
Most people most of the time are decent human beings and want what's good for themselves and the rest of humanity. That's the bottom-line premise of this page: Remembering what's good in ourselves and others, and focusing on leaders who do the same. The purpose of the group isn't to try to convince the outliers on the bell curve of humanity to behave decently, but instead to focus on the vast amounts of people in the middle.
I appreciated the recent opportunity to be on the Leadership Done Right podcast. https://leadershipdoneright.com/podcastepisode27/
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