Monthly Archives: August 2023

Fear, Racism, Sexism, Homophobia, Islamophobia

By | August 31, 2023

[August 31, 2023]  When I began this leadership blog almost ten years ago, I had a few friends write an occasional column.  Sadako Red, a pen name, became more popular because of his wit and penchant for getting into sticky situations and his nimble ability to extract himself from the most uncomfortable and dangerous situations.  And no one… Read More »

Book Review: Teamwork

By | August 30, 2023

[August 30, 2023]  Below is a darn good book worth reading.  The core message is that any leader or person who wants a good life should focus on teamwork as their core principle.  Whether it is at work, home, church, volunteer organization, or a simple gathering of friends, teamwork makes everyone’s lives better.  This book review is one… Read More »

American Youth are Rejecting Mentorship

By | August 29, 2023

[August 29, 2023]  Much has been written (and will be written) about America’s youngest adult generation.  Subjects discussing our youth are many, for good and for bad, but something is going overlooked.  We are beginning to notice that they reject mentorship from leaders.1 Mentorship is, of course, the most effective and efficient way to improve life and leadership… Read More »

We’re Gonna Die Tomorrow:  Grrrrr

By | August 27, 2023

[August 27, 2023]  Don’t we all love the “world ends tomorrow” crowd?  I do!  And I love them because they are dedicated and 100% sure of themselves.  More comically known as Climatistas (after Marxist Sandinistas), these net-zero carbon emission folks are never honest about reaching their climate goals.  Mostly.  Turns out that one did let his mask slip… Read More »