Temperance is a wonderful virtue. It's defined as moderation or voluntary self-restraint.
Credit cards, food buffets, fast food, binge drinking, on-line shopping and human weakness all contribute to us gravitating to extremes and the epidemic of instantaneous gratification we see today.
In this podcast Tom Thibodeau wonders what the world would be like if we all had a little more temperance.
Tom Thibodeau is a Distinguished Professor of Servant Leadership at Viterbo University and has been a faculty member since 1983. He is a recipient of Viterbo's Teacher of the Year award. "It is a privilege and a gift to be able to teach," says Tom; his "Servant Leadership" and "Leading by Serving" classes are among the most popular at the University, which features the country's only Masters of Servant Leadership Program
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