A man was walking through a supermarket with a screaming baby in the shopping cart. A woman nearby noticed that time and again the man would calmly say: “Keep calm, Albert. Keep calm, Albert. Finally, in admiration for the man’s patience as the child continued to wail, the woman walked up to him and said: “Sir, I … Continue reading What Can I Do in these Times
A Motivator Called Habit
Character and integrity leaves such giant footprints that it swallows the shallow meaningless attacks of those looking for a little hill to make a mountain out of it.
Leadership Encouragement and Wisdom
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
A Little Advice from an Unknown Place
Is it irony or hypocrisy? On Inauguration Day, the protestors are claiming President Trump is a threat to our lives comparable to the Nazis. Yet, they burned, destroyed, and vandalized businesses and put people in harms way in Washington DC. The protestors claim that President Trump is filled with hate and yet they burn down … Continue reading A Little Advice from an Unknown Place
Partnership – the Acceleration of Success
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
Restore our Dignity
''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
An American Revolution
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
Golden Wisdom for Leadership
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.
Can’t be Silent
We must realize that every decision has a consequence. When that consequence is a human life, it cannot be reduced to an inanimate object of inconvenience thrown to the garbage heap of disposal wares.