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Don’t Be Afraid to Take On Big Challenges

The bigger they are, The harder they fall. Don’t be afraid to take on big challenges! ; The post Don’t Be Afraid to Take On Big Challenges appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Don’t Be Afraid to Take On Big Challenges

Thoughts on Las Vegas: We Need Love for All Humanity

The best of human nature always reveals itself in response to the worst. Compassion, service and a genuine sense of community is the most powerful antidote to the disease of hatred. Our condolences and words of support to those most injured by the Las Vegas tragedy are sadly without power. Only persistent and direct love for all humanity – irrespective … Read More The post Thoughts on Las Vegas: We Need Love for All Humanity appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Bringing the 6 Pillars to Policing

Last week It presented the Josephson Institue’s new exemplary policing framework to California Police Chiefs. It seemed to go really well. It was encouraging to get such positive feedback and I look forward to piloting the program in several police departments that expressed interest. Slides of my presentation are available at www.JosephsonsExemplaryPolicing.org ; ; The post Bringing the 6 Pillars to Policing appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Bringing the 6 Pillars to Policing

Policing & Leadership: Building Ethical Community Leaders

“The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weal; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; and have humor, but without folly.” ; – Jim Rohn The post Policing & Leadership: Building Ethical Community Leaders appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 969.1: Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

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I grew up in the 1960’s and remember the tumultuous times in which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., made his historic mark on American society. Dr. King was always one of my heroes. So I was delighted a few years ago when I was asked to deliver an address about his legacy. I wasn’t ready, however, for the range and depth of … Read More The post COMMENTARY 969.1: Remembering the Civil Rights Movement appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 969.1: Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

With A Brooklyn Accent: From Occupy Wall Street To Baltimore

When Occupy Wall Street sprang up, seemingly out of no where, critics pointed out the irony of a protest against inequality coming from a relatively privileged group. No one can say that about the uprisings in Baltimore and …

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With A Brooklyn Accent: From Occupy Wall Street To Baltimore