A few weeks ago I heard Michael Hyatt speak about his new book, Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want. Written with Daniel
Harkavy, the premise is simple:
“When it comes to life, most people are spectators. They watch events unfold a day at a time. They may plan their careers, the building of a new home, or even a vacation, but it never occurs to them to plan their life.” Continue reading
The hardest conversations we ever have are those where there’s little common ground. It’s hard to find the common ground when it’s littered with graffiti,
whether that graffiti is physical or verbal. When you can find common ground, you can move from being on opposite sides of an issue to sitting side by side working towards resolution.
One of those conversations with little common ground is the issue of Confederate monuments on public display.
We heard a lesson loud and clear from cultural icon Bill Cosby when he revealed to the world that we should, ‘Do as I say, not as I do.’ I wrote about
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Bill Cosby’s admonitions to Blacks in December, 2013 to take responsibility for their lives, their children and their communities. Now that his double standard is public, I feel compelled to write about his unveiling. But not in the way you might think.