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  • Look at that plaque on the desk where you spend eight hours (or more) of your day. It may be engraved with an impressive title like “vice president” or “sales associate” or “executive financial officer.” Or, perhaps your corporate identity exists at the top of a time card — “cashier” or “assembly” or “maintenance.” In any case, no matter how extravagant or simple your occupational description is, imagine how things might change if you had a different career designation.
<br>What if your title was: “Knight in Shining Armor”?

    Business and Chivalry

    Look at that plaque on the desk where you spend eight hours (or more) of your day. It may be engraved with an impressive title like “vice president” or “sales associate” or “executive financial officer.” Or, perhaps your corporate identity exists at the top of a time card — “cashier” or “assembly” or “maintenance.” In any case, no matter how extravagant or simple your occupational description is, imagine how things might change if you had a different career designation.
    What if your title was: “Knight in Shining Armor”?

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  • Let me share with you my somewhat unusual perspective on the concept of chivalry. There was a time when history was strictly a thing of the past. If you wanted to know about the Middle Ages, knights in shining armor or the code of chivalry, you went to the library, toured a museum or enrolled in a college course.

    Living Chivalry: Discoveries about basic virtues and modern ethics from inside a suit of armor

    Let me share with you my somewhat unusual perspective on the concept of chivalry. There was a time when history was strictly a thing of the past. If you wanted to know about the Middle Ages, knights in shining armor or the code of chivalry, you went to the library, toured a museum or enrolled in a college course.

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  • The "seven knightly virtues" were symbolized in a knight's equipment. The spurs represented courage - the term for becoming a knight is "to win your spurs."

    The Seven Knightly Virtues

    The "seven knightly virtues" were symbolized in a knight's equipment. The spurs represented courage - the term for becoming a knight is "to win your spurs."

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  • The knightly virtues of the Code of Chivalry are much like the twelve points of Scout Law.

    Chivalry & The Arrow of Light

    The knightly virtues of the Code of Chivalry are much like the twelve points of Scout Law.

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  • You’re going to change the world today.  No, don’t try to deny it. And you know, I understand that it can be a little overwhelming, to have the entire world depending on you. But I know that you can do it.

    You’re Going to Change the World

    You’re going to change the world today. No, don’t try to deny it. And you know, I understand that it can be a little overwhelming, to have the entire world depending on you. But I know that you can do it.

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  • Honor and courtesy are gifts which should be accepted graciously We sometimes go through life oblivious to the valuable gifts that are given to us every day. Many years ago, […]

    Be Worthy of Chivalry

    Honor and courtesy are gifts which should be accepted graciously We sometimes go through life oblivious to the valuable gifts that are given to us every day. Many years ago, […]

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  • Can you think of an ethical dilemma which couldn't be resolved by the application of at least one of the tenets listed below? Clearly this code of conduct can trace its lineage back to the age of chivalry.

    Chivalry and the Cowboy Code

    Can you think of an ethical dilemma which couldn't be resolved by the application of at least one of the tenets listed below? Clearly this code of conduct can trace its lineage back to the age of chivalry.

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  • The counterpart to the “knight in shining armor” has long been the “damsel in distress” — helplessly captured by a wicked tormentor, waiting for her hero to rescue her and take her away to a lofty tower of his palace where the two can live happily ever after.

To quote my teen-aged niece, “Puh-leeze!”

    Women and Chivalry

    The counterpart to the “knight in shining armor” has long been the “damsel in distress” — helplessly captured by a wicked tormentor, waiting for her hero to rescue her and take her away to a lofty tower of his palace where the two can live happily ever after. To quote my teen-aged niece, “Puh-leeze!”

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  • Historians think of chivalry as the unwritten agreement which the knights of the Middle Ages used to conduct themselves in tournaments and warfare. Literature experts view chivalry through the precepts […]

    My Approach to Chivalry Today

    Historians think of chivalry as the unwritten agreement which the knights of the Middle Ages used to conduct themselves in tournaments and warfare. Literature experts view chivalry through the precepts […]

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  • Chivalry is a word not often heard today, and a lot of people really don't know what it means. Let's define the term before we go any further so nobody feels like the class dunce.

    What is Chivalry?

    Chivalry is a word not often heard today, and a lot of people really don't know what it means. Let's define the term before we go any further so nobody feels like the class dunce.

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