Leadership must look beyond the current flame of the moment, and look at the factors that produced this inflammation in society.
One day a young student asked his professor, what’s the difference between school and life? The professor replied, “in school, you’re taught a lesson and then you are given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson. Lessons are repeated in life until they are finally learned. That’s why it … Continue reading Lessons Learned
Receive what you Give
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.
Life isn't an accident waiting to happen... its an experience waiting for a decision.
Relationships never grow without the fertilization of words and they never get sprayed into the garden of lives without first - communication.
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.
Leading Nations Begin with the Heart
We live in a world that boasts of being civilized, and yet the same cyclical perpetuated problems still cause many nations to implode into the same quagmire that has been present for centuries. Corruption, mismanagement, and runaway debts drapped on the back of irresponsibility, infest our economies and standard of living like a pandemic disease. … Continue reading Leading Nations Begin with the Heart
Nations Rise and Fall on…
Nations fall apart when leadership is weak in ethics and values. It weakens the inward moral compass to become an unreliable source of direction, and eventually dashes the national vessel against the rocky shores of destruction. Don't mistake the lack of values to lack of intelligence. Many despots have been educated in some of the … Continue reading Nations Rise and Fall on…
New Leadership Principles
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