The first day on the job, in a new position, or another department with a company can be exciting, but too often is short-lived. The reception is usually a warm and friendly acceptance along with a degree of enthusiasm. In this temporal experience we can make assumptions that will lead us to a frustrating future … Continue reading New Leadership Principles
Don’t waste time being drawn into tabloid triviality disguised as pertinent issues. Focus on the issues, goals, and strategy laid out to get there. Speak about what matters. What you address, your words give power to. There are a lot of dead things now alive because someone chose to waste their time and give power … Continue reading Leadership Encouragement and Wisdom
If we attempt to find someone or something to blame for the past, we waste valuable energy from being invested in taking responsibility for our future. I believe that taking responsibility for one's life becomes the greatest launching pads a person can construct in their lives. The concrete of humility sets the life for great … Continue reading Building Blocks for Achievement
The GPS we use to navigate in unfamiliar territory knows the route necessary to get us to the desired destination. Though there are many highways and streets, not all lead to the place we need to arrive at. In life, we do not call it a GPS but our moral compass. It is equipped with … Continue reading Moral Compass – Foundation of Ethics
When you electrify a conductor of electricity you enhance its function to operate and impact as it was designed. Electrocuting something is the result of overwhelming it to the point you destroy its ability to function instead of enhancing it. Recently while thinking about a particular nation that has been in the throes of turmoil … Continue reading Electrifying Good Electrocuting Evil
Knowing how to speak the language of each people group will determine our effectiveness in communicating effectively the message we are trying to convey. Making sure people understand our message is more important than our dazzling them with how educated we are. People do not follow or grab onto vision if they do not understand … Continue reading Being a Verbal Artist is Important for Conveying Vision and Message
National unity is a breeding ground for growth. The dissolution of tension is predicated on the inward purpose that the country’s future is not based on individual good, but what’s best for the whole nation. Another way of putting it is – it takes teamwork which means its all inclusive. Everyone is important for the … Continue reading National Unity is a Breeding Ground for Growth.
We should all ask the question “why am I in leadership – what is my purpose?” All leaders lead from their heart whether good or bad. Motives reside in the heart of an individual. Here are some questions to ask yourself to expose which motives are resident. Are you interested in Giving or receiving Title … Continue reading All Leaders Lead from the Heart Whether Good or Bad
Make it a practice to treat people as free, not slaves, as human-beings, not inanimate objects, as having rights, not pawns to control, as an opportunity to help them succeed, not an enemy to be destroyed.
On Wednesday March 18th Reuben Egolf (pictured here) received a Doctorate of Philosophies in Humanities from the Chief Chancellor Dr. Clyde Rivers of the United Graduate College and Seminary International. The alumni consists of several presidents (former and current), first ladies, and distinguished leaders around the world. Dr. Egolf wanted to express his heartfelt appreciation … Continue reading Reuben Egolf Receives a Doctorate in Humanities