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The Lesser of Two Evils is Still Evil The Lesser of Two Evils is Still Evil
Decision-Making

The Lesser of Two Evils is Still Evil

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 7, 2012

Last August, I wrote (here) about how functionally, decisions come down to choices between the greater of two goods or the lesser of two evils. There’s another dimension I didn’t mention….the lesser of two evils…

The Idea of the Thing The Idea of the Thing
Decision-Making

The Idea of the Thing

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 31, 2012

Learning to recognize the “thing” versus the “idea of the thing” is huge. For years, I kept my eye out for a ’66 yellow GTO like the one I had as a kid. One day,…

Dilution is the Solution to Pollution Dilution is the Solution to Pollution
The Least of These

Dilution is the Solution to Pollution

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 29, 2012

When 172 million gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, one of the environmental experts put this out.  Greenpeace was appalled, but the principle stands. The reverse is true too. And…

The More You Have, The Less You Care The More You Have, The Less You Care
The Least of These

The More You Have, The Less You Care

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 24, 2012

Spend time in developing countries and you’ll find extremely poor people giving up what little they have to help others in need. Jeff Foxworthy volunteers at an inner city ministry here in Atlanta. Last Christmas,…

Where Does Your Significance Come From? Where Does Your Significance Come From?
Identity

Where Does Your Significance Come From?

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 21, 2012

‘How much is enough’ put us on the money trail. But ‘Where does your significance come from’ is the “who” question. Start trying to figure out where your significance comes from and it’ll lead you…

How Much Is Enough? How Much Is Enough?
Stewardship

How Much Is Enough?

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 17, 2012

There are two questions every man must answer…. How much is enough? and Where does my significance come from? Today, we’ll tackle the “how much is enough” question.  Next week, we’ll talk about significance. For…

4 Tips on How to Receive a Compliment 4 Tips on How to Receive a Compliment
Character

4 Tips on How to Receive a Compliment

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 14, 2012

I once played acoustic guitar for a Miss America contestant who sang in our high school assembly. No one knew I could play, so when the assembly was over, several people came up and complimented…

5 Principles of Paying Compliments to People 5 Principles of Paying Compliments to People
Influence with Others

5 Principles of Paying Compliments to People

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 10, 2012

“Hey, that’s a nice new haircut you have.” “Your last blog post was ‘killer’! Keep it up!” “She is such a generous friend. She brought over dinner last week when I was sick….I don’t know…

Unsolicited Advice Is Always Received As Criticism Unsolicited Advice Is Always Received As Criticism
Walking the Talk

Unsolicited Advice Is Always Received As Criticism

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 3, 2012

When I first read a version of this truth in Ross Campbell’s book How to Really Love Your Adult Child, I wasn’t sure. I thought “Heck, I’m not defensive…I’m a learner. If criticism can help me…