Monthly Archives: December 2009

What A Day

Today was an interesting day. I write this at 9:22 in the evening, my FRIENDS dvd plays in the background and my lovely fiancĂ© is playing with her new jewelry box. Today, I worked at Aeropostale – a job I … Continue reading

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Is Silence the Enemy of Integrity? part 2

Just because silence can sometimes lead to a hiccup in vision doesn’t mean that a leader has to go around just spouting off random information. There’s a difference between speaking and communicating. Sometimes it’s good to be quiet and realize … Continue reading

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Is Silence the Enemy of Integrity? part 1

As a Religious Studies Minor in college I was a part of several class room debates. I learned that people can get very aggressive and crazy, even belligerent. Also, I learned that if you are quiet and wait patiently for … Continue reading

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Integrity – A Leader’s Most Valuable Resource?

Over the past week, I’ve been faced with evidence of a principle I’ve always known: As a leader, integrity is your most valuable resource. You can’t be an effective leader without showing great character and integrity. You might be able … Continue reading

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People of the Second Chance

I absolutely love second chances. As a person who regularly needs them (I fail a lot) and a person who strives to give them out (I know other people fail too) I want to promote a life changing movement called … Continue reading

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Tutoring, Fruit Snacks, and Flash Cards

I was reminded tonight of why I love my job so much. If you just follow this blog and you don’t know a lot about me, I am the director of a non-profit ministry called Refuge Ministries that focuses on … Continue reading

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