Category: corruption

MyCoach’s Notes: A Superlative World

A Superlative World by Colle Davis In a news-driven atmosphere, the lead goes to the headline/story that creates the greatest emotional response. The old press dictum: if it bleeds, it leads, is alive and screaming at the world. Emotions are ranked by how much response they generate. Negative emotions are far more powerful than positive …

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Mycoach’s Notes: Class Corruption

Class Corruption¬† By Colle Davis There is a problem with class corruption. Wealthy, privileged individuals and families act as bullies. They feel and act entitled and demand respect from those around them. This demand for respect extends to their peers who understand the rules of the upper levels of society and can respond appropriately. Treating …

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