Global Social Justice and Sport

By Shaun Anderson

https://worldpolicy.org/2016/10/03/understanding-global-social-justice-issues-crucial-for-nfl-expansion/

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Magic Johnson leaves Lakers

By Shaun Anderson

https://medium.com/@shaunmarqanderson/magics-departure-from-the-lakers-speaks-volumes-regarding-the-future-of-black-sport-executives-in-e8a89c94cbfc

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The amended “Rich Paul rule” still hurts the NCAA’s reputation on getting things right

By Shaun Anderson

https://medium.com/@shaunmarqanderson/the-amended-rich-paul-rule-still-hurts-the-ncaas-reputation-on-getting-things-right-fb8e582ff783

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The Servant Leader

By Janice Fortman

Are you a Servant Leader?  Do you want to be considered a Servant Leader? What is a Servant Leader?  A Servant Leader is a person who has a philosophy and set of practices that enriches the lives of individuals, builds better organizations and ultimately creates a more just and caring world. The servant-leader is servant first.  According to Robert Greenleaf of the Center for Servant Leadersh

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Finding Your Why: You're Looking In The Wrong Places

By Davide Di Giorgio

What’s your why? It’s a question you’ve probably heard more than once. From your life purpose, business purpose, or even when you’re trying to figure out your brand, it’s a question that, at least for the last decade has become very common, and one that many experts will use as the foundation of their work. Almost a decade ago, a barely known at the time man named Simon Sinek gave a TE

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How To Raise Bully-Proof Children

By Davide Di Giorgio

Back to school. An exciting time punctuated by new teachers and classes, fresh books and school supplies, resuming friendships and extra-curricular activities. For the child who has experienced bullying, however, it can be the worst time of the year. It sure was for me. Every year, I’d hope maybe, it would be different. Throughout elementary and high school, bullying was a big part of my exper

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How I Found My Voice and Power by Writing My Story

By Ingrid Ricks

It was my own struggle with the pain from my childhood—followed by my decision to write and share my story—that made me understand the life-changing power of personal narrative. I’d tried to write Hippie Boy for more than a decade. But the emotions bottled inside me were so painful that I cried every time I opened my computer to write and decided it was easier just to keep the hurt safely t

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Harnessing Adversity -- Before It Harnesses Me

By Ingrid Ricks

The meaning of these words hit me a couple of months ago when I was in the depths of despair over my eyesight challenges. It came after a trip to San Francisco to try out a new technology that I was convinced would help me navigate my neighborhood. Instead, it was a complete bust and I was handed a white cane—the universal symbol for blindness that has traumatized me ever since I was diagnosed w

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Personal Initiative

By Fred Wikkeling

You may or may not know that “Personal Initiative” is Napoleon Hill’s 6th Principle in the Keys for Success. Being the Sixth Principle out of seventeen success Principles should give you a better sense as to the importance of Personal Initiative in relationship to the overall 17 Keys of Success. The sixth Key is what I call the DO IT NOW principle. I equate initiative with action, personal a

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Why write a book?

By Tammy Levent

You have a story to tell: Everyone has a story to tell. Perhaps you overcame adversity as a child, bankruptcy as an adult, or beat the odds in building your business when others told you that you would fail. Readers like to be inspired by someone’s personal story. In addition to my own story, readers have been inspired by such memoirs as Joan Lunden’s Had I Known where she talks about survivin

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