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
In our microwave world that wants instant results, we must know its OK, perhaps even preferable to grow slowly. Let me encourage you today that if you feel you are moving at a snails pace, at least you eventually do laps around the person refusing to move off the couch. I know the temptation to … Continue reading Beginning from the Ground Up
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
''A guy looked at the Corvette the other day and said I wonder how many people could have been fed for the cost of that car. I replied I am not sure, it fed a lot of families in Kentucky who built it, it fed the people who make the tires, it fed the people … Continue reading Restore our Dignity
What did America say? They said they were tired of having to pay for other people’s irresponsibility. They were tired of being penalized for being hard-working while others were provided incentives to remain on perpetual assistance. They were tired of the Hollywood elites and political ruling classes ramming values down their throats they don’t believe … Continue reading An American Revolution
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.
When a nation’s political leaders look at politics as a career, then security of that position becomes a priority. Conviction of principles will become compromised when financial security, and the intoxication of people’s opinion come in conflict with them. It takes a strong moral disciplined person to resist the temptations of a political life.
We have become fluent in our language skills at blaming everyone, complaining, and screaming about how everything is unfair. Meanwhile, we have lost our verbal ability when it comes to words such as, "Please," "Thank you," and "I'm sorry.