Category Archives: Blog

One Amazing Baseball Game!

Baseball has always been my very favorite sport.  My Dad loved baseball, and I remember he started teaching me how to catch and hit when I was only three years old. As soon as my two younger brothers, Steve and Paul, could walk, they became part of the team. And we played and thought about baseball everyday.  In the summer

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A Return to Civility

I have the opportunity to participate on the Relevant Radio show, “Morning Air” (www.relevantradio.com), the first Monday every month at 7:30AM CST. I focus my comments on values-based leadership from a spiritual perspective. Last week we addressed “How Can We Improve Civility?” I admit that the first thing I did was look up the definition of “civility.” According to the

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It’s Time to Take a Stand

I usually avoid getting into political discussions because the extreme partisan positions of many people make it almost impossible to have a truly BALANCED discussion. Values-based leaders truly need to understand all sides of the story. I strongly believe the words of St. Francis who taught us to “seek to understand before we are understood.” However, since I spend so

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Never a Dull Moment at Northwestern!

I love teaching at Northwestern Kellogg, and I must say, there is never a dull moment. There are always a million things going on. The challenge is figuring out where to go and when! My students apparently even have a term for it: FOMO — Fear of Missing Out! Here’s just a few recent activities: The Northwestern School of Communication’s

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