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Things You Can Do To Improve the World

Things You Can Do To Improve the World

Increase your tips by 5%, double the time and money you donate to issues and people you can help, and triple the number of complements and thank yous you give. – Michael Josephson The post Things You Can Do To Improve the World appeared first on What Will Matter.

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What You Can Be

What You Can Be

To truly grow you have to be willing at any moment to sacrifice what you’re for what you can be. Subscribe to free weekly newsletter featuring articles and quotes of Michael Josephson at www.whatwillmatter.com The post What You Can Be appeared first on What Will Matter.

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CNN Heroes Awards

CNN Heroes Awards

With all dark news that promotes cynicism CNN Heroes Awards is uplifting. Watch or read about these good people who are making a difference. I will donate to all finalists who are working to heal the world. I hope you do so to. The post CNN Heroes Awards appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Vulnerability: Loss of Power at Atlanta Airport

Vulnerability: Loss of Power at Atlanta Airport

Loss of power at Atlanta airport causing travel crisis, regardless of cause, shows us how vulnerable we are to cyber-attack. Congress must make a concerted effort and major investment to quickly understand the vulnerabilities and devise solid solutions. The Russian election shenanigans (a benevolent sounding term for an act of war) could be just the tip off the ice berg. … Read More The post Vulnerability: Loss of Power at Atlanta Airport appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Equality & Equity

Fairness is not equality; it’s equity. The post Equality & Equity appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Worrying is Carrying Tomorrow’s Load with Today’s Strength

Worrying is Carrying Tomorrow’s Load with Today’s Strength

Worrying is carrying tomorrow’s load with today’s strength – carrying two days at once. Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow. It empties today of its strength. – Corrie ten Boom It’s always wise to anticipate possible problems but success and peace of mind increase if you can discipline yourself to not allow concern about negative “what-ifs” to sap … Read More The post Worrying is Carrying Tomorrow’s Load with Today’s Strength appeared first on What Will Matter.

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For every ACTION there is an equal and opposite CRITICISM

For every ACTION there is an equal and opposite CRITICISM

For every ACTION there is an equal and opposite CRITICISM A critical quality of effective leadership is a THICK SKIN. In addition to PASSION, PERSISTENCE and PERSUASIVENESS, change agents have the COURAGE and CONFIDENCE to withstand criticism. Effective leaders need many qualities but those who seek to make meaningful change and solve complex problems with competing interests must have the … Read More The post For every ACTION there is an equal and opposite CRITICISM appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Ethics Doesn’t Demand a Life of Self-Sacrifice

Ethics Doesn’t Demand a Life of Self-Sacrifice

“Ethics doesn’t demand a life of self-sacrifice nor require us to ignore our desires and needs. It does expect us to care about right and wrong, to know the difference between what we want to do and what we should do, and to muster the moral courage to do what is right.” – Michael Josephson The post Ethics Doesn’t Demand a Life of Self-Sacrifice appeared first on What Will Matter.

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First of Eight Days of Hanukkah

First of Eight Days of Hanukkah

First of eight days of Hanukkah. The gift I wish for each day is a day where everyone … DAY 1: HONESTY – tells the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth DAY 2: INTEGRITY – does the right thing simply because it is right DAY 3: RESPECT – lives by the Golden Rule DAY 4: PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY … Read More The post First of Eight Days of Hanukkah appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY: Myths About & Misuse of the Golden Rule

MYTHS ABOUT & MISUSE OF THE GOLDEN RULE. The core of the GOLDEN RULE is a moral obligation to treat others ethically for their sake, not ours, even if it’s better than the way they treat us. Why? Not because it’s advantageous, but because it’s RIGHT. And because the way we treat others is about WHO WE ARE, not who … Read More The post COMMENTARY: Myths About & Misuse of the Golden Rule appeared first on What Will Matter.

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