Category Archives: Harvard University

Neil deGrasse Tyson for President!

Leadership is the gift of opening eyes to other, better futures, and to the paths to achieve those outcomes.  Neil deGrasse Tyson is exactly that kind of leader.  I’m sure many of you are wondering, ‘Who is Tyson?  Some amazing small-town … Continue reading

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Serendipity, or Being Open to Linpossibilities

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve recognized that opportunities knock all the time.  Problem is, we often choose to close the door.  I can look back in my own life and recognize in hindsight that another choice might have been better, … Continue reading

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