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Roaming the Streets In Search of…

11 April, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
I have always been curious.  Some would say nosey.  This affliction began at a very young age, around 3, when my family lived in a Houston enclave. My curiosity manifested itself in a desire to be out and about, to meet people and to find out stuff.  This desire led me to roam my street […] Read more»

Moment of Truth

24 September, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
“Check your ego at the front door,” is a phrase popular with some executive coaches and self-help gurus.  The underlying theme, at least in business, for this frequently used platitude is that leadership is not about the leader, but the success of the organization and the employees who make it happen. “Moments of truth” is […] Read more»

It will begin as change. It will end in transformation.

6 August, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
In the 1960s and 70s, when young men and women selected healthcare administration as a career, it was as much a calling as a profession.  Either way, it was a job with enormous certainty and security—an industry outlook that consistently touted ample jobs and opportunity for advancement.  Now we are entering a new era.  It […] Read more»