How to Start a Movement

With help from some surprising footage, Derek Sivers explains how movements really get started. (Hint: it takes two.) via Ted.com

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W. Mondale Robinson Shares His Story of Service

W. Mondale Robinson's childhood furnished him with a valuable, socio-political vantage point to what plagues those belonging to the African Diaspora in the United States. At an early age, he began seeking answers to accepted social constructs and took the path less traveled; the path of solutions. After graduating from high school…

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Servant Leadership: 4 Ways to Strengthen the Empathy Muscle

Empathy is one quality that separates great servant leaders from poor ones. The ability to “feel with” rather than “feel for” is an ability that is necessary to make the human-to-human connections needed for servant leadership. Empathy is so important because the “feeling with” often precedes love. It’s hard to love someone…

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So, What Do I Tell My Son After the Murders of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis?

My son and I at Congo Square By Andrea Price @a_price1 Florida has quickly become the battleground state for the plight of Black men and boys in America. The murders of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis brought attention to this plight and the injustices in the criminal justice system. In both cases, young Black…

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