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February 25, 2020
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Drawing Outside the Lines

CrayonsMost of us probably don’t remember our first coloring book but I’ll bet many of us will recall how we interacted with the black and white outlines on the printed pages when armed with a set of colorful crayons. Some of us liked to fill in the spaces by carefully staying within the boundaries suggested by the picture. Others preferred to scribble wildly on the page, creating a plethora of color. Both methods demonstrated our creative spirit.

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There’s Nothing Like Your Name

Peter CottontailWhen I was growing up, some of my favorite children’s stories came from a collection called The Bedtime Story Books by Thornton W. Burgess. They featured an eclectic collection of woodland characters whose exploits were witnessed by Old Mother West Wind and her Merry Little Breezes. By the time he retired, Burgess had written more than 170 books and 15,000 stories for a daily newspaper column.

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Flourishing Leadership

Flourishing BlossomsA couple of years ago I wrote a blog post with a Spring theme that I decided might be worthy of another look. As you reflect on your current situation as a leader what is getting in the way of your ability to flourish? Read on to learn more about this theme.

The beginning of another Spring season seems like a good time to consider what causes people, plants, animals, and other organisms to grow. A particularly favorable environment can dramatically influence the success of a species, causing it to develop in a healthy and vigorous way.

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