Why Should Child Play Outside? Teaching Your Child Independence

By | June 3, 2020

[June 3, 2020] Researches show that the children who play outside regularly have a better immune system and a more substantial sensory skill than those sitting before a dazzling screen for hours at a stretch. In 2018, Harvard’s Health researcher Claire McCarthy revealed that playing outside improves executive function, risk-taking ability. A long span of attention is another… Read More »

Social Media Links Removed from My Blog

[June 1, 2020]  As part of my continuing desire to streamline my leadership blog’s website, all social media links are removed.1  On a related topic, several regular readers of my site have written to complain that social media like Facebook and Twitter are blocking content the big companies don’t like.  LinkedIn also dabbles in censorship, and I’ve been… Read More »

Why the City of Minneapolis is Burning

By | May 31, 2020

[May 31, 2020]  For citizens of American in denial, for those with their heads up their butts, and for folks on the edge of sanity, the City of Minneapolis is “burning” literally and by large-scale rioting, vandalism, arson and looting, murder, and political opportunism not seen since the 1965 LA Watts or 1968 Chicago race riots or the… Read More »

What is the Best Predictor of Leader Success?

[May 29, 2020]  If we look at professional literature on leadership, there is a solid consensus that two factors allow us to foretell leader success.  Intelligence (as measured in IQ) and conscientiousness are hands down, the strongest predictors of success.  These two also measure success in higher education, military careers, and mid-level managerial positions.  Based on my observations,… Read More »