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What are you really living for?

What are you really living for?

When does a “good thing” become the “ultimate thing” and results in some form of idolatry? Let me ask it another way. What are you really living for? Alfred Adler (an Austrian medical doctor, psychologist) says if you really want to know what you are living for, look at your nightmares. What thing if it were absent might... Read More »

New JEC Report Highlights Economic Progress Made By Women in Past 25 Years.

New JEC Report Highlights Economic Progress Made By Women in Past 25 Years.

On August 26, 2010, Americans will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote and led to their increased participation in our political system. Over the last quarter century, women have become a powerful political force, both as voters and as elected leaders. Data... Read More »

Uneven pain—Unemployment by metropolitan area and race

Uneven pain—Unemployment by metropolitan area and race

New research out by the Economic Policy Institute. View the report. ... Read More »

Leaders are Readers

Leaders are Readers

The books you read, or fail to read, add to or subtracts from you as a leader. ... Read More »

Diversity and the use of social media

Diversity and the use of social media

Data you need to know. View the report. ... Read More »

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