The Parnassus Journal

SIMPLE CONNECTIONS TO GREAT RESOURCES

Anonymity – The Quiet Battles And Hidden Heroics

What are your quiet and subtle stories that will reverberate through the lives of the people you affect? We are grateful to pose such a question to the people in our community of leaders.

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The Way Forward – Pivotal Affections

With summer upon us, take the time to enjoy some time of self-awareness. The collective that depends on us to be strong leaders will be energized as our lives are re-animated with a new level of clarity.

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The Parnassus Group Welcomes Jitin Asnaani – New Executive Director of Commonwell Health Alliance

We would like to start of the 2015 HIMMS Annual Conference by welcoming Jitin Asnaani as the newly placed Executive Director for the CommonWell Health Alliance.

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The Oxford Exchange – Tampa’s Coolest Meeting Spot Among Books and Breakfast

Some books truly cannot be judged by their cover but this one seems to take the initial impression and spread it across every page.

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Interview With Lee Ellis – Author and Patriot

The Parnassus Group recently spoke with Lee Ellis about his experience as a POW during the Vietnam War where he was in the same camp with John McCain.

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Interview With Jeff Thull – Author and Speaker

The Parnassus Group spent time with Jeff Thull to talk with him about his years of advising business leaders on the way that they study value and the assimilation of meaningful metrics that can be applied inside the realities of any healthcare or other type of client relationship puzzle.

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Part Two of Leadership Lessons Learned from The Navy Seals And Army Rangers

In an earlier article we explored a generalized ethos combining the respective creeds of the Navy Seals and the Army Rangers and began to explore the personal imperatives for leadership suggested by them.  We are going to move deeper into that consideration

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An Interview With Terry Pearce – Author of Leading Out Loud

Terry Pearce has been a leader on the world stage during the Reagan and Bush era's and in corporate America and international policy for over four decades. His ability to interact with senior leaders and explore the things that form their personal story and show them how to take those things into inspirational strategy development is the source of several books.

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Antico Pizza – Atlanta Moves Into Top Ranks of Pizza Parlors Nationwide

Not far from the roar of a football crowd at Georgia Tech, this little pizza empire has quickly become one of Atlanta's newest hot spots.  The line out front makes you think that it has been discovered and overrun but the hordes that wait outside are quick to tell you to be of good cheer.

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The Parnassus Group Joins With Urban Avenues To Energize Economic Renewal

As of late, there has been a sort of renaissance in Birmingham. The urban center is becoming attractive with new businesses as well as a new ballpark for the local Birmingham Barons.

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San Francisco’s Newest Common Table – Cora Jean’s Old Skool Cafe

The stark realities of years of urban strain in the Bayview Community melt away as the door opens and the artful atmosphere gives you a hint of a transformation that is underway.  The menu is topically southern with a San Francisco seasoning and includes specialty breads, seafood and an amazing macaroni and cheese (Gouda).  Experiencing the food surprises your palette, experiencing the staff restores your soul.

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Parnassus Profile: Madison Kerns

Most often the first contact for The Parnassus Group, Madison Kerns sets the right tone for clients engagement with the firm. There is a maturity and warmth that comes from her own root system as a leader that sees the importance of individual stories and gives everyone the presence and attention that amplifies their enjoyment of the time with her.

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