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The Busby Legacy

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As the 35-year old Alexander Matthew Busby looked out over the bombed-out remains of Old Trafford on 19 February 1945 he saw hope and opportunity. He believed he could turn a struggling team, with a £15,000 overdraft, into one that played attractive, winning football. He knew it would require time, hard work, and lots of […]

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Honest Abe, Adversity & Power

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Yet another natural disaster has struck the Pacific region, and our heartfelt commiserations go out to the people of Japan. As with Queensland in January and Christchurch in February, our fortitude is challenged in the face of extreme adversity. But around the world, the fortitude of people is also being challenged by something more insidious […]

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The Cuban Lesson – Ask, Learn, Lead

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“Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country. My fellow citizens of the world, ask not what America will do for you, but what, together, we can do for the freedom of man.” With these stirring words, John Fitzgerald Kennedy became the 35th man to take […]

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