A Lesson from Milan

Recently I visited the Duomo Milano. The intriguing and breathtaking cathedral sits on a 183,000 sq.ft piazza in the heart of Milan. So magnificent, I found it hard to describe. Author Mark Twain captures my sentiments when he described it as ‘A wonder….so grand, so solemn, so vast!…the figures are so numerous and the design […]

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Perspective

I have been thinking a lot recently about the power of perspective. It occurs to me that our perspective shapes our response to any given issue. Regularly I hear this phrase spoken by leaders “To be honest from my perspective …” and what follows is their definitive conclusion about the issue and the course action […]

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Vision Casting

The power of a well articulated and compelling vision is undeniable. History’s pages are loaded with thousands of examples; pioneers, explorers, reformers, authors, artists and inventors that have shaped the world in which we live. Researcher and author George Barna describes vision as a ‘clear mental picture of a preferable future’. Visionaries are seers. They see […]

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