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Servant Leadership and Digital Media for Thinkers 50

Can I get 1 minute of your time?

I’ve been running this blog to advocate servant leadership adoption and digital media action, for free, since 2008. In all that time, I don’t recall asking you for a favor. Today though, I have a favor to ask. It should only take a minute of your time.

I want to continue spreading servant leadership adoption and digital media action, to help others succeed. You have a great opportunity to help me do this by voting on the Thinkers 50.

All I ask is:

  1. Go to
  2. Vote for me, using the following:
    • Person Who Gets Your Vote: Ben Lichtenwalner
    • That Person’s Title: Founder
    • That Person’s Organization:
    • That Person’s Email Address:
  3. Then, Share this request with your network:

Thank you for taking this time and for all you do to help spread servant leadership awareness and adoption with digital media action. Until next time, keep serving…


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Ben Lichtenwalner

Ben Lichtenwalner is the founder and principal of Modern Servant Leader and Radiant Forest, LLC. He has studied and promoted servant leadership awareness and adoption for over 20 years. He is the author of 2 leadership books and has 2 decades of corporate management and leadership experience. His corporate experience spans CIO, VP, Director, and many management roles at Fortune 500, INC 500, and Nonprofits. Ben’s education includes a B.S. in Management Science & Information Systems from Penn State University and an MBA from Lehigh University. Ben's Full Profile Here: About Ben Lichtenwalner

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