Leadership

(Disguised) Blessings For Uncle Cholly

Charlie Manuel

 

 

 

 

 

Being a diehard sports addict makes one subject to lots of highs and lows that one has very little, if any, influence over. It’s quite the wild ride, and perhaps it’s even more outrageous when you’re a Philadelphia sports fan. I’m not saying that I recommend this type of addictive, vicarious life; I just try to do justice to what is when I ruminate on it.

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Questionable Tactics?

nervous speaker

 

There are many among us who would—if we are to believe certain surveys and the urban myths attached to them—rather die than speak. Still, there are others among us (including yours truly, when in the mood) who are dying TO speak.  Both are only slight exaggerations.

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POLITICAL FOOTBALL

 

The Republican primaries—most recently headlined by Rick Santorum’s surprising virtual dead heat finish with Mitt Romney in Iowa and Newt Gingrich’s apparent promise to throw the kitchen sink of epithets at Romney—have me thinking. Thinking about the nature of competition and what we really want from it.

 

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THINK, THINK, THINK

So, how do successful people think, and if I’m typing that question out loud, what does that say about me?

 

 

How do we, um, they do it?

 

Think, think, think.

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