A Mile Wide and an Inch Deep

By | January 19, 2020

[January 19, 2020]   As leaders rise through their organizations, there is a standard piece of advice that is supposed to help them.  Organizations are inherently complex and chaotic.  Thus, we are told that leaders must focus their efforts a mile wide and an inch deep. The reasoning is persuasive.  If a leader needs a greater understanding, the argument… Read More »

Top New Year’s Leadership Resolutions that will Drive Success in 2020

By | January 18, 2020

[January 18, 2020]  Now that 2020 is under way, there are many goals and resolutions you should focus on in order to drive your business forward, but it’s also important to remember that successful leaders know how to prioritize their objectives – which ones deserve their attention right now, and which ones they can push back. Needless to… Read More »

Reading List (Update):  on Life’s Meaning

By | January 16, 2020

[January 16, 2020]  A number of my blog’s readers have graciously recommended several beautiful books for highlighting.  Thank you, and please continue to email or post those recommendations in the comments section.  I’ll do my best to select some of the more informative works.  There are some of those recommended that are popular, usually from high-level politicians or… Read More »

Iran Learns Unintended Consequences of Lying

By | January 14, 2020

[January 14, 2020]  “Death to the Dictator” was the chant from Iranians after demonstrations that broke out at several Tehran universities.1  These political problems come in the aftermath of Iran’s leaders adamantly denying involvement in the crash of a civilian passenger airplane.  For three days, Iran blamed the plane’s crash on an engine malfunction.  What the leaders learned… Read More »

5 Effective Strategies for Female Leaders

By | January 12, 2020

[January 12, 2020]  Over the past few decades, we’ve seen a continuous rise in the percentage of women holding leadership roles. The numbers aren’t equivalent to the number of men in leadership positions, but I believe that we will get there in the near future. So for all the fabulous women out there that are thinking about taking… Read More »

Kicking Butt and Taking Names: by Army Vet

By | January 11, 2020

[January 11, 2020]  Army Vet writes to us today about the importance of strength and how it keeps us and others out of trouble.  He takes on SJWs, college snowflakes, and weak leaders. Peace through strength:  I must study war so that my sons can study engineering and art.  My profound apologies to Founding Father John Adams; I… Read More »