Fire provided warmth for millions of homes last night. It also burned down a house. Control matters and attitudes are of the utmost importance. Our passions have the ability to provide a betterment of life to experience for others, or destroy their well-being. Saturating the halls of people’s lives with our own purposeful contributions reciprocate … Continue reading Receive what you Give
The Construction Materials of Ethics
Integrity is the breeding ground for innovation, sustained prosperity, growth, and creating a legacy for future impact in generations to come.
Handling the Inevitable in Leadership
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
Say What You Mean… Mean What You Say
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
New Website & Summit Info
I wanted to introduce the new website for Leading Nations. Click on the hyperlink below to check it out. Leading Nations Now The upcoming Business/Leadership Summit 2016 being held in Harrisburg, Pa on Nov. 4-5 at the Crowne Plaza is listed under event tab. All registration including motel link and airport information is listed. Speakers … Continue reading New Website & Summit Info
Servant Leadership not for the Faint of Heart
Operating the golden rule ethic in business, government, and everyday life, is a guardian of the things that matter most - PEOPLE!
Golden Rule in Northern Kentucky
Congratulations to the distinguished recipients of the Golden Rule @ the Northern Kentucky University today. From L to R - Monte L (Von) Rovekamp, Dr. James Marocco, Ntshengedzeni Alfred Nevhutanda, Zakia D L. McKinny, Bob Rogers, and Walter Hallam. Among these 6 are well a known philanthropist, member of the presidential cabinet of South … Continue reading Golden Rule in Northern Kentucky