Can language be a driver for real change?

May 13, 2015
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Who’s to say what ‘we’ can or can’t achieve? What’s the limit on the inner strength we can retrieve? And can language not be a driver to change the facts on the ground? And build momentum out of thoughts formed, like clouds swarmed, translating into a flourishing downpour, of creativity that strikes like lightning without […]

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Will you make history?

April 30, 2015
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What’s your net worth, what’s the net worth, what’s your balance, where’s the balance, who are you, who’s under the mask, you want to lead, but who’s your cast, talk about inspiring others, but what’s your inner conversation, you see a world that could be better, but do you start from the inside out, do […]

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Rhymes seeking to excite a dervish like delight

April 30, 2015
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              Lunging at the page, breaking through the cage, channeling the rage, alliterating the stage, setting the syllabus ablaze, in exchange for a freestyle exchange, an improvisation scripted, saved, and retrieved from the ethers of the brain, for just such an occasion to be displayed, analyzed, and given a […]

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Where’s Gandhi now?

July 7, 2014
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It’s like where’s Gandhi now? The world’s a little messed up and we could use a little help And it’s like where’s Gandhi now? Does the world have any room left for a unifying figure? And it’s like where’s Gandhi now? A billion plus people fasting right now, if it turned to hunger strikes lasting […]

Ready, Set…Advocate!

March 29, 2014
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It’s about power of persuasion, being an inspiration, being that spark that ignites a change in formation A thought leader, a leader by example, a story worth telling, wrapped in a tragic hero’s preamble An archer of ideas, born from adversity’s high gears, a sufferer’s yield rich in insights and lessons real It’s about striking […]

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Clinging to a literary canvas

March 8, 2014
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It’s like either I strike a chord right out of the gate Causing paper cuts to supplant off of the page Or get lost in clichés overplayed and constructs lame How do I convince you that these words aren’t cheap? The literary version of street cred, by painting a picture raw and deep Must I […]

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Purpose behind the Academic Mountains we’ve chosen to climb

March 3, 2014
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Reflecting on the midway point of the inaugural Mobile and Social Media Management Program Midway through another semester And the puzzle pieces are coming together more and more Strategic focus, tools, implementation, and end users in mind, Are some of the opportunities and challenges we’re finding The purpose behind the mountains we’ve chosen to climb, […]

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