Posts Tagged ‘ entertainment industry ’

A New Foundation Atop the Old

July 23, 2015
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A New Foundation Atop the Old

Dan Millman, a world-class gymnast, wrote a book called Way of the Peaceful Warrior, a fictional memoir of his early life and spiritual growth. It turns out, the main catalyst of his spiritual journey was an attendant at an all-night gas station, appropriately called Socrates for the wisdom he provided. Dan quotes Socrates as...

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A Look to MPTF’s Future

April 3, 2014
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A Look to MPTF’s Future

In my first blog of 2014, I looked back on our accomplishments from the previous year.  Now I want to focus on MPTF’s exciting future. In so many ways, 2014 is the beginning of a new chapter for our organization. You can’t exist for 93 years without going through moments of significant evolution, and...

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Why I’m MPTF

December 2, 2013
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Why I’m MPTF

I’m MPTF. Not literally, mind you, but deep down where it counts, where you think about friends, family, and organizations and institutions that you’re rooted to in meaningful and profound ways. That’s where MPTF is for me. And not because it’s my employer. It was there for me before then, when I was a...

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MPTF Leads Healthcare Dialogue

June 11, 2013
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Since MPTF is providing primary healthcare annually to 60,000 industry members and their families, along with ancillary services like radiology, laboratory, outpatient surgery, and physical therapy, we find ourselves in the maelstrom of change being driven by the Affordable Care Act and other major structural dynamics in the healthcare industry. Like others in the...

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