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TV Industry Facing Crisis of Mentorship

According to many industry analysts and insiders, the rising dominance of streaming platforms over the traditional broadcast networks is causing an unintended ...


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'Dads on Duty' Show Students Someone Cares

After multiple fights at Southwood High School in Shreveport, Louisiana, resulted in the arrests of 23 students, a group of about 40 dads stepped up to ...


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Confusion About Masculinity and How to Raise Boys

Bestselling author Peggy Orenstein recently spent two years speaking to boys across America. In a lengthy piece for The Atlantic, she cites a survey of ...


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A Powerful Lesson on Leadership

Abdul Kalam, former President of India, once shared this powerful example of a vital quality of good leadership. In 1979, he was the Project Director ...


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The Unbearable Pressure to Do Great Things for the Lord

In a recent article for CT Pastors, Ken Shigematsu writes:

My mentor and close friend, Leighton Ford, was ambitious for God and he yearned to have a significant ...

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NBA Exec Agrees to Huge Trade Ignoring Salary Details

Longtime player agent and current Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka has mastered the public relations angle of the job, but when it comes to managing ...


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Teaching What We Know

We teach what we know; we reproduce what we are.


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Love and Conduct

The story of Christ's disciples suggests that love and admiration are powerful motives for adopting a person's values and ideas. By the same token, ...


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Nothing Grows under the Banyan Tree

"Nothing grows under a banyan tree." This South Indian proverb speaks of leadership styles. The banyan is a great tree. It spreads its branches, ...


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Novices Need Not Apply

The great illusion of leadership is to think that man can be led out of the desert by someone who has never been there.


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