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Stephen P. Tryon “holds a B.S. from West Point and an M.A. in philosophy from Stanford University. He served as a soldier in the United States army for 21 years. At the end of his army career, he served as a legislative fellow for Senator Max Cleland, as well as a legislative assistant to the senior general at army headquarters in the Pentagon.
More recently, Tryon has worked as a Senior VP of Human Resources and International Business at Overstock.com. He has spent four years managing logistics and five years managing human resources and international business. Stephen P. Tryon is the author of Accountability Citizenship.
According to the book description of Accountability Citizenship, it “explains how we can restore accountability in government by accepting our personal accountability for some simple tasks we must do as individual citizens living in the age of information. The book is non-partisan. Readers are asked only to agree on the very basics—that the government of the United States is supposed to represent the people of the United States.
The author makes a compelling case that changes in our information distribution technologies and business models discourage effective political participation by citizens. In the early days of our republic, information distribution was based on newspapers—subscription-based and geographically aligned with the representative structure of Congress. Over the past forty years, deregulation of television and radio along with the information technology revolution have disrupted this alignment. But we can restore accountability through the three steps of accountability citizenship: being appropriately positive, appropriately informed and appropriately engaged.”
Personal accountability involves looking for that way of escape before temptation comes, like removing any inappropriate images from your home or office immediately, keeping your office door open at all times, calling your accountability partner, and the biggest one of all-Internet protection, because without it, you are just wasting your time. So where are you with doing these things? Let's talk about it.
Who is responsible for the well being of the community? Is it the person that does the lectures? Or is it the person that makes the weekly YouTube video? Or should it be the actual people of the community be accountable for the community. What communites should we establish this level of accountability? And WHO are we accountable to? ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE INVITED!!!
Can you believe it? The Sunday broadcast went poorly too. But we are confident that BlogTalk is up and running so we are rebroadcasting Sunday's broadcast, which was a rebroadcast of the previous Thursday's broadcast.
So join us as we take the final look at Accountability, Cosmic Beneficence and the Akashic Field.
Bishop Paul S. Morton recently addressed his congregation regarding the revelation of a daughter he has never publicly acknowledged. This has set off a storm of accusation against Bishop Morton that calls into question how accountable should pastors be about their past. What if any avenues or limitations are available for pastors to share their struggles with their congregations? Join Pastor Neal for another great discussion on Zera Today.
Join us as we discuss owning your accountability in the Trans* community.
We discuss the discrimination within the transgender female to male community, self-hatred, marriage equality, transgender in the military, transgender healthcare,support groups and dysphoria of gender and body.
**Please note this episode may contain sensitive subject matter and possibly not suitable for all audiences.**
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