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Scott Monty - Strategic Communications & Leadership Advisor

Scott Monty - Strategic Communications & Leadership Advisor
 

Memento Mori Memento Mori

The Death of Seneca  by Manuel Domínguez Sánchez, 1871 (public domain - Wikipedia)  “Everlasting misfortune does have one blessing, that it...

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Have You No Shame? Have You No Shame?

  The Burning Shame  by Thomas Rowlandson, 1809 (public domain - Wikimedia Commons,  CC0 1.0 ) “I am no longer good through deliberate inten...

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It's About Time It's About Time

Detail from  The Triumph of History Over Time  (Allegory of the Museum Clementinum, ceiling fresco) by Anton Raphael Mengs (public domain - ...

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The War of the Office Worlds The War of the Office Worlds

The Death of the Pharaoh's Firstborn  by Lourens Alma Tadema, 1872 (public domain - Rijksmuseum) “But who shall dwell in these worlds if...

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Innovation in Storytelling Innovation in Storytelling

  Illustration from Volume 4 of the Works of Jules Verne, published in 1911 . (Flickr - George Oates) “I care not how humble your bookshelf ...

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Character Defines Success Amid Uncertainty Character Defines Success Amid Uncertainty

  A Golden Thread  by John Strudwick, 1885 (public domain - Wikipedia) “We cannot insure success, but we can deserve it.”   — John Adams, 17...

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In It Together In It Together

Prometheus creating man in the presence of Athena  by Jean-Simon Berthélemy, 1802 and by Jean-Baptiste Mauzaisse, 1826 (public domain - Wik...

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It's You I Like It's You I Like

Portrait of Monsieur Bertin  by Jean-August-Dominique Ingres, 1832 (public domain - Wikipedia) “No man can wear one face to himself and anot...

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Patience and Fortitude Patience and Fortitude

  Waiting  by Jean-François Millet, 1860 (public domain - Wikimedia Commons  CC0  1.0 ) “Patience is waiting. Not passively waiting. That is...

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The Humanity of the Pickle Barrel The Humanity of the Pickle Barrel

Photograph of mural  General store and post office  by Doris Lee at the Ariel Rios Federal Building, Washington, D.C. (Carol M. Highsmith Ar...

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