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Murdoch Tweets His Thoughts on the London Attack

One of the most powerful media tycoons (or maybe THE most powerful), Rupert Murdoch has been astonishingly successful over his life. Now that the 82 year old is comfortable with Twitter (and believe me, it didn’t take him long), we

Posted in Business, Communication, Crime, Emotions, Strength, Success, Text Messages, Twitter

Man with Blood on his Hands Speaks on Camera in London

See the thoughts, feelings and motivations behind this man’s words. We suspect that we’ve identified the chink in his mental armor. Just minutes after a pedestrian was hacked to death in a random terrorist attack in Woolwich, South London, a

Posted in Behaviors, Certainty, Crime, Determination, Emotions, Terrorism

It Is Her

Patrol Officer Anthony Espada Tells What is Was Like to Find Amanda Berry and the Others In one of the most astonishing pieces of reporting, the Cleveland Police Patrol Officer blogs about his actions and reactions from the moment he

Posted in Communication, Crime, Emotions, Inspiration, Trust

Living the Love After He’s Gone

On January 12 this year, James Dao published the subtle and moving story of Jackie Finken and her daughters, Emilie, Caroline and Julia. They lost their beloved husband and father, Paul in 2006. He was killed when a bomb exploded

Posted in bereavement, Certainty, Couples, Emotions, grief, Inspiration, Living, Military, Mothers, Uncategorized

Angelina Jolie: Brave, Dignified, Inspirational

When Angelina Jolie told the world she’d had a double mastectomy to reduce the risk of contracting breast cancer, the world stopped and drew breath. She wrote about her reasons and experiences in a New York Times’ Op-Ed piece that

Posted in Celebrities, Certainty, Determination, Emotions, Health, Inspiration, Strength, Taking personal control, Women

Vin Scully: The Voice of LA

An LA Times article by Doug Smith names Vin Scully as the “Voice of LA.” He is certainly the voice of the Dodgers having called their games for over 40 years. Starting with the Brooklyn Dodgers’ games, he followed the

Posted in Career, Celebrities, Certainty, Communication, Emotions, Inspiration, Sport

What Did Sir Alex Ferguson Mean When He Said He’d Retire?

What a legend! When Sir Alex said he was going to retire, his comments were: “Basically, things changed when Cathy’s sister died. She is isolated a lot now and I think a lot of the time, for 47 years, she

Posted in Career, Commitment, Emotions, Sport, Strength, Success

Like Lincoln’s Post

Read this story about love and history. See how you and yesterday collide. It is summertime and Colby is still thinking about school. She’s written a term paper that may change her life but there’s something missing. David may have