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NYT's 3 Worst Corrections on Christian Holidays; 3 Questions for Managing Your Boss; Who are the "Nones"? |
Morning Roundup 4/2/14

The New York Times' 3 Worst Corrections On Christian Holidays*Mollie Hemingway

Nobody should mess with Mollie.

But, when she messes back, it is awesome. You really need to click through to read the whole thing.

3 Questions to Help You Manage Your BossEric Geiger

Eric Geiger, who is pretty much a boss of mine, tells me how to manage him.

Religious 'Nones' Defy Simple Political And Racial Categorization As Numbers GrowCathy Lynn Grossman

This is a helpful look at the Nones. Note the look at some characteristics like race and ethnicity.

Ben and Julianna Zobrist appeared in studio to discuss faith, family, baseball and their new book Double Play with guest host Micah Fries.

Ben is an all-star Major League Baseball player for the Tampa Bay Rays, married to new recording artist and female vocalist Julianna. During the off-season, the Zobrists call Nashville their home. In this clip, the Zobrists talk about what it's like to handle success on a big stage. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:April 2, 2014 at 7:00 am

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