Know a Young Leader? Help them Change the World

Young people are going to have more opportunities to be visible and change the world, than any other generation has ever had. Camp Next will help them prepare for those opportunities. Remember the students from Parkland High School in Florida?...
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COVID Time is Like School Uniforms

When I was in elementary school I envied the kids that went to parochial school and wore uniforms. I thought it had to be so much easier for them to get dressed in the morning. They didn’t have to try...
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Who Decides Etiquette?

Last week I looked at common courtesy and questioned how uncommon common courtesy appears to be in our daily lives. This week after a traumatic experience at TJ Maxx, I am looking at etiquette. So first we need to re-visit...
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Common Courtesy is Not Common

Yesterday while taping a segment of Forum 360, I complimented guest Peter Lawson Jones on his ten year long ability to be responsive to email. He replied, “Its common courtesy”. Webster defines common courtesy as the politeness that people can...
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