Monthly Archives: December 2012

7 Ways Social Media Can Deepen Community Connections

I paused to capture the first snowflakes falling on the red wooden footbridge, trying to highlight the contrast with somber grays and browns of the woods on this brisk first day of December. I’d share the photo as part of … Continue reading

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8 Thoughts on What Leaders Can Do Post Sandy Hook..and My Commitments

“Leadership is the inability to sit back and watch the world go to hell.”     Robert Burkhardt Now, I’m not a big fire and brimstone guy. But within the past two weeks, a man a few towns away from … Continue reading

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Seize the Day: Poem for Kids of All Ages

Carpe diem they say. It means seize the day. In the day before you, be sure to learn something new. Read a new book, play a new game. Find a new challenge to tame. When you lay down for the … Continue reading

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