Monthly Archives: April 2014

Are You Hard-Headed or Heart-Headed? (5 Q’s reveal the answer)

April 25, 2014
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Are You Hard-Headed or Heart-Headed? (5 Q’s reveal the answer)

  Hopefully we all have passion, conviction and principles. But as we engage with others, do we allow these passions to make us better, smarter and stronger? Or do they diminish our essence? Here are five questions I ask myself  in an attempt to be heart-headed instead of hard-headed:     Have Read more [...]

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Why a Donkey?

April 13, 2014
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Why a Donkey?

Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem is celebrated and remembered by many people today. The idea of the Christ riding on a donkey as people declare, "Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord," strikes me in a new and fresh way today. Whether you take the account as fact or allegory, I…

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Invite Delight: Creating space for conversations that matter

April 5, 2014
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Invite Delight: Creating space for conversations that matter

Is the space around you beautiful? I didn’t ask if it was fancy or expensive or lavish, I asked if it was beautiful. For example, Ugandans tend to keep their yards swept clean.  Even if the space around the home is mostly dirt, they use the dried fronds of the mukonzkonz (“moo-CONES-cones”) Read more [...]

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When do we become good?

April 1, 2014
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When do we become good?

On a recent episode of NPR's "This American Life," this question was posed: "When do people become bad?" A professor very wisely replied that he thought that this was the wrong question. He offered instead that the question should be: When do people become good? I think I agree. Perhaps our focus on Read more…

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Nathaniel is CEO of AidChild.org. He holds a Master's Degree in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University where he was a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship, and winner of the 2010 Harvard HDP Marshal Award. He also holds a PhD in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego where he was the Dammeyer Fellow in Global Education Leadership, and a Cordes Fellow at Opportunity Collaboration. Nathaniel is author of "We Are Not Mahogany: Three stories about the male African life." Prior to his move to Uganda in 2000, Nathaniel was Deputy Director of the Office of the Governor of Arizona, and Director of Education at Leadership, Inc.

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