“Up Periscope!”

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Originally posted at The Huffington Post The concept of looking “below the surface” is a common one, and for good reason. Hiding below the surface are the details that often reveal the real truth about what is perceived on the surface. “Below the surface” lies the frenetic activity beneath the visible image of serenity — aka “Duck Syndrome.” Or, if …

It’s Ok To Be Wrong

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Originally posted at The Huffington Post Yesterday I came across this interesting  piece examining THE question facing Hillary Clinton. On the eve of a historic Democratic National Convention in which Clinton will officially become the first woman ever nominated for President, Politico asked this question: “Why Can’t Hillary Stop Fudging the Truth?” The fascinating aspect of this article isn’t the political …

The Way Forward

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Originally posted at The Huffington Post They sit on the couch, each one gaming out how the moves will unfold in their head as they wait for the session to begin. Like a chess master, winning will require having the past loaded into memory for immediate recall as well as being able to look into the future: weaponizing the knowledge of …

Scars, Not Shame

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Originally posted at The Huffington Post Maybe it’s merely a function of getting older … or maybe it’s the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon at work … but my life’s orbit has me in the neighborhood of so many friends staring down the barrel of breast cancer with radiant dignity, fierce strength, and inspiring perspective. Whereas once upon a time, social attitudes caused many women …

Tiger’s Tales

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Originally posted at The Huffington Post Tiger Woods is no stranger to the cover of Sports Illustrated, but his 20th and latest cover story — this week’s “What Happened?” — is a case study on Integrity and its impact on success in performance as well as life.  Say the words “Tiger Woods” and “Integrity” and the all-too obvious connection takes shape: …