When choosing a president or any person in leadership capacity, watch how they act under pressure. How a person acts in the fire is who they really are. Good leadership has a quality that is indispensable. It must be able to handle criticism without immature responses and knee-jerk emotional outbursts. Leadership carries an expectancy – … Continue reading Handling the Inevitable in Leadership
A voice of balance needs to arise. One that can build a bridge over the chasm of tension, division, and discontentment in order to lead without polarizing the issues. An individual operating in the lofty heights of a statesman where convictions supersede the whimsical winds of fickle mindedness. A voice that refuses to lower its … Continue reading A Balanced Leader
I can say I’m sorry a hundred times… I love you over and over… but if I do not demonstrate what I am saying, my words mean nothing. Don’t lie to satisfy the person for the MOMENT, because the pain you cause them in their future can last them a LIFETIME. Speaking truth consistently becomes … Continue reading Say What You Mean… Mean What You Say
Mini-series on the 30 Articles of Human Rights contained in the charter of the United Nations. Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Article 2. Everyone is entitled to all … Continue reading Mini-Series on Human Rights Part One
Ecclesiastes 4:9 9 Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour. Ecclesiastes 4:12 12 And if one prevail against him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken. If the enemy can isolate you he can terminate you. There is no plant, animal, or human … Continue reading Partnership – the Acceleration of Success
Depositing the vision, and winning the hearts of people, along with structuring a system of reproduction to carry the legacy becomes a lasting indomitable force in any movement.
Every challenge doesn’t need debated. A lion doesn’t run around every time a dog barks. Choose your battles wisely and chart your own course not letting the media set your agenda.
I’m finding that maturity in leadership is a component of success that too often we never diagnose. Through investigation I am seeing that position does not produce maturity in a leader. Maturity is not just having experience, its learning and correcting one’s self by and through those experiences. A person can have a grownup body … Continue reading A Healthy Portion of Maturity Please
Listen especially to the last minute of this short video. I think it will encourage and define how important product ultimately depends on the quality of leadership. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JwHU6OtYM0 Dr. Reuben Egolf Leading Nations