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Humility + Will = Level 5

In Jim Collin's book Good to Great, the first characteristic of the companies that made the leap from good to great companies is Level 5 leadership. Level 5 has been touted and discussed around board rooms, business round tables, and in MBA programs. We all get excited about it...we say
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Update from Stone Harbor

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heading for nashville

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Common Greatness

Heard of Susan Boyle? If you haven't heard of Susan Boyle you probably haven't watched news the past two weeks. If you have, you know that she has come out of nowhere and taken the world by storm with her performance on Britain's Got Talent. More than 30,000,000 people have watched
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Time Flies…

Time to evaluate We are 25% through 2009. It's a good time to take a look at your goals for 2009 and see how you are progressing. Here are some questions to ask yourself and your organization: What progress are you making toward the goals that you set at the start of
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Fresh Eyes

Assessment Tools

Ever notice that things that are obvious to an outsider looking in are often hidden from the people on the inside? Many times the most needed changes are changes that cannot be seen by the leaders and team members of an organization.

That’s often where Kanon Clarity’s assessment tools play such a vital role in helping organizations close that gap on where they want to go. We offer multiple assessments that are designed to uncover specific areas where organizations and individuals can capitalize on their strengths, mitigate their weaknesses, and make course corrections to help them navigate in the right direction.


Keep Moving Forward

I’ve been asked a few times lately, “What’s with the ‘keep moving forward’ thing?”  That phrase is in most of my emails. My employees hear it from me dozens of times per year. My kids have a relentless Keep Moving Forward theme in their life.

On March 30, 2007, Meet the Robinson was released to theaters. My family and I went to watch Meet the Robinsons on April 12, 2007.

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New Years Resolve

what I want to move towards I heard a great talk on Sunday from one of our pastors, George Antonakos on how to be resolute in the New Year. He framed a lot of our relationship with Jesus around three ideas: 1. It's about relationship. At the end of the day that
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Desire and our Story

I have been struck a lot lately by the amount that our desire and deciding what our story will be determines where we go and what we do with our lives. Two thoughts that I ran into this week made me stop dead in my tracks and think about what
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