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The Rhino Cannot See Where He is Going If He is Unsure about Where He Has Been!

The Rhino Cannot See Where He is Going If He is Unsure about Where He Has Been!

By • on April 30, 2009

The mighty Rhino is always exact about where he is going. That may not seem like an outstanding trait to those who have the same 360° vision capabilities as a Rhino, but it is an exemplary feat for most of us. The fact of the matter is that while it might seem like a great quality to know exactly where your sights are set; the key to knowing exactly

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One Rhino, Many Herds

One Rhino, Many Herds

By • on April 10, 2009

While I am sure that most people understand that there are many aspects of leadership, they may not fully understand that there are many places in which to display leadership qualities. If you are a leader, you cannot just be a leader in one aspect of your life. If you are a true leader, you are a leader

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The Rhino’s A-W-A-R-D & R-E-W-A-R-D

The Rhino’s A-W-A-R-D & R-E-W-A-R-D

By • on April 7, 2009

If you are on level five of leadership, first of all let me say, “Congratulations!” You have worked very hard for a very long time and you deserve to be where you are. No one knows more than you all of the hard work and dedication that you have put into your career and your life, in general. Unless

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One Rhino, Many Jobs

One Rhino, Many Jobs

By • on March 25, 2009

Today’s economic problems are definitively no secret to anyone who is old enough to read and the fiscal, trade and industry woes seem to be at the forefront of every news program and the topic of discussion around the “water cooler” and the dinner table. There seems to be an air of disparity laced

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The Rhino’s J-O-B

The Rhino’s J-O-B

By • on March 6, 2009

No one starts out at the top. If you try, you will find yourself back at the bottom level of the rung every time. This is the level of leadership where you can gain a little recognition. However, this level also has many rules. Since this is the icebreaker of your leadership climb, this is where you

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The Rhino’s Heartbeat

The Rhino’s Heartbeat

By • on March 4, 2009

Valentine’s Day has come and gone and I purposefully put this blog off until March. I personally believe that kindness and thoughtfulness should be practiced year-round. And it should be noted that Valentine’s Day is not just for lovers; it is for everyone. Don’t you remember when we were kids?

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The Rhino’s Holiday

The Rhino’s Holiday

By • on February 26, 2009

It would be ridiculous not to recognize two of the greatest leaders of all time during the month of their birth. George Washington was born On February 22 and Abraham Lincoln on February 12. The year’s of their birth obviously don’t really matter because their leadership styles are timeless and are

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The Rhino’s Glass Ceiling

The Rhino’s Glass Ceiling

By • on February 19, 2009

The term “glass ceiling” has been thrown around offices since the mid 1980’s, and was a buzz term before “buzz words” existed. For those that are not aware, the glass ceiling is the imaginary ceiling that individuals hit on their way to the top of the corporate ladder. I would like to think

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The Rhino Saw His Shadow

The Rhino Saw His Shadow

By • on February 13, 2009

Well, February 2nd has come and gone over the past several weeks and the Rhino did see his shadow, but then again, the Rhino always sees his shadow. But instead of dreading six more weeks of winter, he chooses to use his time wisely and prepare for spring. The best leaders should use this time to do

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The Rhino vs. The Rhino

The Rhino vs. The Rhino

By • on February 6, 2009

I don’t know about you, but I enjoyed every minute of this years Superbowl that took place last week in my backyard. Wow! What a game. Never have I seen a game that carried so much passion and spirit. And I’m not just talking about team spirit. I am talking about good old-fashioned American tried

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