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The Second Step Toward Dialogue Is a Doozy

People ask me what my book is about. I tell them it’s about how to change from the inside out so you can talk with people who drive you nuts. They say, “Boy, do I know someone who could use your book.” That response always makes me laugh. So I’m reluctant to admit there’s a […]

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A Rather Different Look at Obama and Romney

After two years of rigmarole on the campaign trail, a picture of the two U.S. presidential candidates is taking shape in my mind. In the spirit of dialogue, I’d love to know if it makes sense to you—and what you’re seeing that I’m not. What I’m seeing, in Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, are two […]

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