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i am about living life to the max, learning, and enjoying people.
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What's the best movie you've seen in a long time? Me? Last night we watched Joy (2015). Beautiful & amazing story. 👏

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Listening to On Being with Krista Tippett (Vincent Harding — Is America Possible?): http://www.onbeing.org/program/vincent-harding-is-america-possible/79

In an unsettled political moment, at the end of a divisive campaign, the late, great civil rights elder Vincent Harding is a voice of calm, wisdom, and perspective. He was wise about how the civil rights vision might speak to 21st-century realities. Just as importantly, he pursued this by way of patient yet passionate cross-cultural, cross-generational relationship. He reminded us that the Civil Rights Movement was spiritually as well as politically vigorous; it aspired to a "beloved community," not merely a tolerant integrated society. He posed and lived a question that is freshly in our midst: Is America possible? 

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Listening to On Being with Krista Tippett (Vincent Harding — Is America Possible?): http://www.onbeing.org/program/vincent-harding-is-america-possible/79

In an unsettled political moment, at the end of a divisive campaign, the late, great civil rights elder Vincent Harding is a voice of calm, wisdom, and perspective. He was wise about how the civil rights vision might speak to 21st-century realities. Just as importantly, he pursued this by way of patient yet passionate cross-cultural, cross-generational relationship. He reminded us that the Civil Rights Movement was spiritually as well as politically vigorous; it aspired to a "beloved community," not merely a tolerant integrated society. He posed and lived a question that is freshly in our midst: Is America possible? 

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Watching TEDTalks (hd) (Can a divided America heal? | Jonathan Haidt): http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TedtalksHD/~3/blts3cgMJgM/jonathan_haidt_can_a_divided_america_heal

How can the US recover after the negative, partisan presidential election of 2016? Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt studies the morals that form the basis of our political choices. In conversation with TED Curator Chris Anderson, he describes the patterns of thinking and historical causes that have led to such sharp divisions in America -- and provides a vision for how the country might move forward.

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Interested in Leadership? This episode on "Moving Beyond Control" is fascinating. Reminds me of @menloinnovation. đź‘Ť

Coaching for Leaders - Talent Management | Leadership Strategy | Communication | Productivity | Executive Development - 258: Moving Beyond Command and Control: http://coachingforleaders.com/podcast/258/

Brian Robertson: Holacracy Brian Robertson (web) (LinkedIn) is the primary developer of Holacracy, which allows leaders to release the reins of personal power and persuasion into a trustworthy and explicit governance process. He co-founded HolacracyOne to support Holacracy’s growth, and he fills and loves a broad variety of the company’s roles. Brian is the author of the book Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World*. Key Points Holocracy functions like a city; everybody knows the parameters, and they go about their business without constantly having to consult a leader. It replaces the functions of managers with a set of processes. It holds meetings to decide who has authority and is responsible for each project, but not to decide how to do a project. Resources Mentioned Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World* by Brian Robertson Join the Weekly Leadership Guide Get each episode’s show notes and Dave’s handpicked resources for leadership in your inbox each Wednesday. Plus, get instant access to Dave’s readers’ guide listing the 10 leadership books that will help you get better results from others. Join at http://coachingforleaders.com/subscribe Related Library Episodes CFL84: Daniel Pink on To Sell is Human CFL117: The Seven Steps You Follow To Delegate Work CFL253: New Management Practices of Leading Organizations Next Episode Scott Barlow (web) (podcast) to teach us what he’s learned from interviewing thousands of people about their career journeys. Thank You Thank you to Brett in the States for the kind review on iTunes and to Emmet in Ireland and Pierre in France for the reviews on Stitcher. To leave a rating or review, visit http://coachingforleaders.com/itunes Submit your question for consideration on the next question and answer show the first Monday of every month at http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback The post 258: Moving Beyond Command and Control appeared first on Coaching for Leaders. 

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Listening to Coaching for Leaders - Talent Management | Leadership Strategy | Communication | Productivity | Executive Development (254: Use Power for Good and Not Evil): http://coachingforleaders.com/podcast/254/

Dacher Keltner: Author of The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence* Dacher shows us how to use power for good and the most important ways we can gain and lose influence. Quotes We need to rethink what power is … it’s not necessarily a dirty word. —Dacher Keltner If you can just stay interested in other people and know where their minds are, you will rise in power … and you will keep your power because people will respect you. —Dacher Keltner In today’s collaborative workplace, our power rests critically upon the good work of other people. —Dacher Keltner One of the things that accompanies leadership and power is the privilege of enhancing the lives of other people. —Dacher Keltner I really see power as having an enormous force for good. —Dacher Keltner Resources The Secret to Being a Better Leader: See and Hear Others Feedback Comments, questions, or feedback for future question and answer shows: http://coachingforleaders.com/feedback The next question and answer show is episode 256 If you’re not already subscribed to this show, please do so and you’ll get new episodes every Monday. Just search for Coaching for Leaders on iTunes, Stitcher, or any podcast app you use and subscribe there. Please join my weekly leadership guide. The leadership guide is delivered to your inbox each Wednesday and includes my thoughts and recommendations on the best articles, podcasts, videos, and books to support your development between shows. It also includes a brief overview and link to the full weekly show notes. If you, like me, tend to listen to podcasts while you’re on the road or exercising, this will give you an easy way to follow up later on the links and resources we mention in every show. As a bonus, when you join the weekly leadership guide, you’ll get immediate access to my readers’ guide listing the 10 leadership books that will help you get better results from others, with brief summaries from me on the value of each book. Download the 11-page readers’ guide and 9-minute video of these book recommendations … plus, insight on the 2 books that I rely on weekly! Visit http://coachingforleaders.com/subscribe Thank You Thank you to Ryan Williams for the kind review on iTunes. If you would like to post a review as well, it’s a huge help in the growth of the Coaching for Leaders community. If you use iTunes, just visit http://coachingforleaders.com/itunes and thank you in advance for your support! The post 254: Use Power for Good and Not Evil appeared first on Coaching for Leaders. 

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I'm absolutely loving Lindsay & Gibsons raised beds.
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Wife says that this is three minutes of her life she wishes she could have back. Me? I've got it on looping all day. https://goo.gl/photos/194VFwXNQpSAoZ337

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Learning with some pretty great educators at #mvuSym16 🤓 @MichiganVirtual @MyBlendOrg @MVLRI_MVU #MichED #msuhub 
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