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Your Leadership Link by Cullen S. Gibson, Vice President   Ten Succinct Truths In about the same degree you help others you will be happy. The people you choose to have around you will either build you up or tear you down. Asking the right question is sometimes...

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Your Leadership Link by Cullen S. Gibson, Vice President   Authenticity Throughout my working life, I have been most impressed by authenticity (genuineness, trueness, and credibility) in leadership. These are individuals who are verifiable and true to their...

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Your Leadership Link by Cullen S. Gibson   A Team Prayer Amid Uncertainty Dear God: When I think of all that is happening in the world, I fall to my knees and pray to you Father, the Creator of everything in heaven and on earth. I pray that from your glorious,...

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Your Leadership Link by Cullen S. Gibson   As Father’s Day Approaches    The History of Father’s Day dates to 1910 in Spokane, Washington. 27-year-old Sonora Dodd proposed the day to honor the man (a civil war veteran William Jackson Smart) who raised...

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Your Leadership Link by Cullen S. Gibson   Acts of Compassion Jesus Christ was often moved with compassion as He looked upon the plight of others. Compassion means “to suffer together” and Christ exemplified compassion as He desired to alleviate the...

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Your Leadership Link by Cullen S. Gibson   Memory, Recall, and Honor Memorial Day was originally called “Decoration Day” and was initiated to honor the soldiers from the Union and Confederate armies who died during the American Civil War. By the late 19th...