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Decision Making Lessons From Mrs. Clinton’s Mistakes

Sometimes decisions that you don’t think are all that important at the time you make them have a way of coming back to bite you. Just ask Hillary Clinton. My guess is that when she became Secretary of State, and … Continue reading

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Conflicting Social Responsibilities Makes For Tough Decision-Making

A new book, “The Moral Arc” by Michael Shermer, explores the evolution of moral thinking and behavior. At the time our country was founded, for example, something unthinkable today—human slavery—was accepted as normal and routine in many quarters. At an … Continue reading

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