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Congratulations to the distinguished recipients of the Golden Rule @ the Northern Kentucky University today. From L to R - Monte L (Von) Rovekamp, Dr. James Marocco, Ntshengedzeni Alfred Nevhutanda, Zakia D L. McKinny, Bob Rogers, and Walter Hallam. Among these 6 are well a known philanthropist, member of the presidential cabinet of South … Continue reading Golden Rule in Northern Kentucky
The Associated Press is reporting that a Saudi man received a 10 year prison sentence and 2,000 lashes over atheist tweets. The 28 year old unnamed man tweeted that Islam was lies and much of the prophet’s words was the reason for hostilities. He denied the existence of God and ridiculed the Quran. The young … Continue reading Violation Of Human Rights
The power of habit is a motivator for trust. Why don’t people question or wonder if the sun will rise in the morning? It has erased all questioning, wonderment, and second guessing by the power of habit. When we as leaders are habitual in our ethical practices we will erase all suspicion and wonderment concerning … Continue reading Habit Motivates People’s Trust
Whether gold is found in Ghana, Sierra Leone, or the United States, its value remains the same. It's location does not determine its value. Humanity has inestimable worth regardless of geographical location and/or national existence. All of the human race is made up of particles of gold equal in value and deserving of honor and … Continue reading Location Never Determines the Value of Gold!
We should all ask the question “why am I in leadership – what is my purpose?” All leaders lead from their heart whether good or bad. Motives reside in the heart of an individual. Here are some questions to ask yourself to expose which motives are resident. Are you interested in Giving or receiving Title … Continue reading All Leaders Lead from the Heart Whether Good or Bad
Make it a practice to treat people as free, not slaves, as human-beings, not inanimate objects, as having rights, not pawns to control, as an opportunity to help them succeed, not an enemy to be destroyed.
On Wednesday March 18th Reuben Egolf (pictured here) received a Doctorate of Philosophies in Humanities from the Chief Chancellor Dr. Clyde Rivers of the United Graduate College and Seminary International. The alumni consists of several presidents (former and current), first ladies, and distinguished leaders around the world. Dr. Egolf wanted to express his heartfelt appreciation … Continue reading Reuben Egolf Receives a Doctorate in Humanities
There are real viable solutions for racial, ethnic, tribal, and religious divisions. For it to materialize, race baiting, hatred, personal gain, and vengeance must stop. Leadership can lay these things down and come to a table and truly begin sound, honest, and meaningful discussion, that will produce healing and peace. It doesn't end with a conversation, we must leave that table and implement it into action.
Understanding the difference between Human and Civil rights. What are Human Rights? Human rights are rights enjoyed because a person is human and they are recognized as being the inherent rights to freedom from unlawful torture, imprisonment, and execution, regardless of one’s ethnicity, religion, race, and philosophy. This issue came to the forefront after World … Continue reading Understanding the Difference between Human and Civil rights.