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Eastwood Clinic

By T.M. Deliganis I was attending the Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal in Houston and I became very involved in a neighborhood ministry called Esperanza Del Barrio (Hope of the Neighborhood). The primary focus of this ministry was to develop … Continue reading

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The Secret Sauce in K-12 Blended Learning

By Tom M. Deliganis with contributions from LeAnn Stewart Blended Learning:  Every K-12 blended learning implementation is unique. However in order to have your implementation be designated as an authentic and research-based it must adhere consistently to the established best-practices. … Continue reading

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So I’ve developed a new device it’s called an Answertron. It’s an amazing, almost magical device that uses sophisticated artificial intelligence to answer simple to complex questions we all may have. I call it AT for short. And I have … Continue reading

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Behavioral Selling © 2015 by Thomas M. Deliganis

Behavioral Selling© 2015 by Thomas M. Deliganis A Behavioral Approach to Winning in Your Career and Your Relationships` Section One – Cringe Worthy I cringe a little as I recall early in my sales career, a lunch meeting with a … Continue reading

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Living on the Edge

Living on the Edge By Tom D ‘Living on the edge’, a free man said, with eyes wide and bright, and twitching for a fight, ‘Is better than a cravens bed, where dreams are false, and filled with dread,’ someone … Continue reading

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Nerves Ending

Nerves Ending By Tom D It’s become an epidemic, A plague of notoriety, It daily afflicts it victims, It’s merely called anxiety. It’s the thief of our peace, The robber of  sobriety, Its origins are abundant, Yet its feelings lack … Continue reading

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Cathedrals By Tom M. Deliganis When I was much younger I toured many of the spectacular Cathedrals in Mexico City with my family. I recall being confused by the superimposition of poverty against the opulence; as I observed the dirt … Continue reading

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