Monthly Archives: March 2012


Originally posted on Thinking is Hard Work:
Whether or not we like it, leaders are born, not made. Although our culture would like to believe that there is a kernel of leadership in everyone, I’m just not convinced. While there…

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They Might Follow You Into Battle, But Is That Enough?


By Manie Bosman Watching the D-Day landing of Allied forces on the coast of Normandy as portrayed in the epic Saving Private Ryan with my son recently, I was once again struck by the mind-boggling obedience of soldiers as they … Continue reading

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How The Images in Your Mind is Shaping the Future


By Manie Bosman When you try to imagine the future, what do you see? Does it look like the past or the present, or is it perhaps very different from the world we now live in? It might come as … Continue reading

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The Highest Trees… Are Most at Risk Of Becoming Corrupt


By Manie Bosman People who don’t have much and are struggling to survive are forced to fend for themselves and would therefore be more likely to “do what it takes” even if it means cheating and behaving unethically, right? Wrong … Continue reading

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