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President Lyndon B. Johnson taught us that power reveals

"Power reveals." One week before the US election, Nina Easton wrote this op-ed for the Dallas Morning News on what Lyndon B. Johnson–and his LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin–teach us about deploying political power to make America a more just and inclusive nation. SellersEaston Media produced the LBJ School's 50th anniversary events and films.

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LBJ 50th Legacy Film: Democracy’s Destiny

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Five U.S. Presidents... One Enduring Message

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The Art of Leading from Home

My friend Jim Donald, who used to run Starbucks and now co-chairs Albertsons, learned leadership from Sam Walton. Jim is giving me some great advice about how to lead from home.

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Preserving Legacies

Part-time Naples resident and veteran journalist Pattie Sellers offers a service that tells the stories of successful people. By Janine Zeitlin | Photography by Erik Kellar

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Former Journalist Pattie Sellers Taps into the Power of Storytelling

Former Journalist Pattie Sellers Taps into the Power of Storytelling: Neapolitan Pattie Sellers is preserving elite legacies through videos and books

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Fortune Exclusive: Two of the Most Powerful Women in Media Are Joining Forces On A New Venture

SellersEaston Media combines Pattie Sellers’ and Nina Easton’s love of storytelling with their desire to apply all they’ve learned during their years of writing about business leaders.

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Making a Leader

SellersEaston Media Launches Making a Leader on SiriusXM

Sheri and Howard Schultz joined Pattie Sellers and Nina Easton for the premiere episode of SiriusXM's Making a Leader. The interview show airs monthly on SiriusXM Insight channel 121.

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SellersEaston’s Port of Destiny Makes Winning D.C. Debut

Former Colombia President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Juan Manuel Santos stepped onto the stage for an interview at Georgetown University Feb. 26, as the documentary chronicling his extraordinary life and accomplishments ended with a standing ovation. The film, Port of Destiny: Peace, received an equally enthusiastic reception at the Harvard Kennedy School last fall.

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Timing is Everything

The art of "getting in early" differs in politics and investing, say Governor Ned Lamont and Connecticut’s First Lady, Venture Capitalist Annie Lamont.

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Facebook and Ashley Stewart Bosses on Leadership


Facebook VP Carolyn Everson believes that leadership depends on human qualities. “They all happen to end in Y,” she says, launching her alphabetical riff. “Authenticity, and bravery, and curiosity, and diversity…

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How the best brands use social media

Micro-influencers are "like a patch on your sleeve," says Desiree Gruber, who helps brands like Kylie Cosmetics, Spotify, and vitaminwater surf the cultural zeitgeist.

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5 Things that Make the Co-CEOs of Warby Parker Great Bosses

There's a lot about Warby Parker that stands out from the startup crowd—especially the leadership of its co-CEOs, Dave Gilboa and Neil Blumenthal.

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S'well's purpose-driven story from the start

Sarah Kauss has had a good story from the day she started S’well Bottle in 2010. “From the very first bottle that we sold, S'well's been a partner to water charity,” she says on the new episode of Making a Leader, the interview series that Nina Easton and I host on SiriusXM.

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