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Make Yourself Better   Had you ever had the chance to watch television with my dad, you would have likely heard this coming from the speakers: “And now…the antelope grazes without realizing the danger that...

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In Defense of KLOVE   HisAir.Net posted a story about KLOVE going live on stations in New York, DC, Atlanta and other cities starting June 1. The post generated 199 comments. Wow!   Let’s get...

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Defend What’s Right   I once worked at a small radio station in my hometown of Coushatta, Louisiana. When school ended, I’d speed off to host The Afternoon Drive Home.   A high school friend...

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Be Early   Mom and Dad were flying to Roanoke to visit us. Their flight left Shreveport at 10 AM.   What time does Dad arrive at the airport? 6 AM.   Yes, Dad and...

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Why?   There’s a box of books waiting on me. Yes, the book I’ve written, Leadership Endurance, has finally been printed. It’s a bit surreal. This whole journey started when I heard my friend, Tim...

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Fishing for Chickens     The house was raised off the ground enough that chickens walked underneath it. The floor had cracks and major gaps. That led the boy to an idea. He could fish...

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Share Your Cause   Thomas Francis Meagher is a name you’ve probably never heard before, but he helped inspire 150,000 people. Meagher was an Irishman who came to America in 1852. Less than a decade...

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Do The Next Thing     Well, you made the wrong decision. Instead of the product being a success, it absolutely flops. The format you planned doesn’t capture an audience. Cash flow gets really tight....

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All Eyes on You, Leader It was 67 A.D. and Rome was advancing on Israel. The leading General was a 57-year-old man named Vespasian. During the Galilean siege, Strauss records this story…   “When one...

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The Price of Leadership   Migraines. Vomiting. Confined to a bed.   That’s often how Abraham Lincoln dealt with the stress of his presidency.   Lincoln’s days were marred by the war, constant criticism, countless...

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