Category Archives: Values

Being a Citizen – Jury Duty

Two months ago, the dreaded jury duty notice showed up in the mail.  Uggh. I am ashamed to say that my first response was “How do I get out of this?” Then the integrity part of me realized that this … Continue reading

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Integrity – Easily Lost, Hard to Regain

In writing the blog post on “Succumbing to the Ultimate Power Trip,” I was reminded of a bookend to this experience. One of the more interesting players in the Watergate affair was Egil “Bud” Krogh. Bud was the 32 year … Continue reading

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