Category Archives: Guest Blogger

How to Increase your Resilience as a Leader

By | July 17, 2020

[July 17, 2020]  All leaders inevitably face obstacles. What we need to keep in mind is that overworking and overloading ourselves is going to do more harm than good and eventually cause burnout. Despite the initial peak in terms of productivity due to overworking, a leader’s efficiency will eventually decline. Therefore, it is important to understand that building… Read More »

Name Changes are NOT Enough

By | July 8, 2020

[July 8, 2020]  Guest blogger Laughing Monkey is new to my website.  He is a bit different, as readers will quickly discover.  Like other bloggers, he is a guest and must meet specific criteria, but he is allowed to write to his heart’s content.  Laughing Monkey likes satire, so beware.  He has a sardonic humor that permeates his… Read More »

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 »

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 »

The Whites of Their Eyes: by Army Vet

By | May 14, 2020

[May 14, 2020]  Army Vet writes to us today about the importance of strength and honor; that we lack these virtues and are suffering for it.  He also emphasizes a common theme of his …  that weak leaders are more common than we might think and they do serious harm. Strength and the next battle:  I have never… Read More »

New Leadership Lessons from War

By | May 2, 2020

[May 2, 2020]  Guest blogger Edward M. Kennedy III is a product of WAR.  In today’s article Edward crushes those who think they understand war.  He delivers to us the fundamentals of war.  This gray-haired, lion-maned HUNTER OF MEN is always on the lookout to educate his betters in politics, business, and especially in the military.  He delivers… Read More »

Duty, there Ain’t Enough of It

By | March 15, 2020

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [March 15, 2020]  Duty is the essence of humanness.  No words written are more pointed to the reason modern men and women are so unhappy … unhappy because they fail to realize that not doing one’s “duty” is the denial of our obligation to act righteously.  For the past several weeks,… Read More »