Life isn't an accident waiting to happen... its an experience waiting for a decision.
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.
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
We all have yielded to the temptation of trying to force someone into compliance to what we think or expect. The harvest of this fateful decision always ends up in feelings of frustration and exasperation. But we have to come to the conclusion that no matter how much you want to, you can’t force everything. You can’t … Continue reading Proper Motivation
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
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
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
Are there any answers to the violence that is becoming prevalent today regardless if it is being perpetrated on people by a rogue government or violent protests? What about mass killings by lone operatives or genocide carried out by a regime? What leads to such unthinkable tragedies? Are their cultural environments conducive to bad behavior? … Continue reading Education and Morals