Category Archives: Guest Blogger

On the Venezuela Border: by Army Vet

By | February 10, 2018

[February 10, 2018]  Army Vet has just returned from the border between VENEZUELA and COLUMBIA to tell his story.  Don’t believe what the mass-media talking heads tell you.  There’s a real fight going on, a bloody nasty rock & roll fight that pits the  country of Colombia against the socialist-dictator controlled Venezuela.  If you believe nothing is going… Read More »

Merry Christmas in Vietnam: by Army Vet

By | December 24, 2017

[December 24, 2017]  Army Vet writes today about how the U.S. military faired in VIETNAM on CHRISTMAS in 1967 Know yourself, dummy!  People who study wars know that the best times to attack are when it is least expected and if you don’t know that already, then you are beyond my help.  As a nation of soldiers, we… Read More »

Neglected Topics: What Should Universities Teach Leaders?

By | December 16, 2017

By guest blogger Kevin Nelson [see Biography] [December 16, 2017]  There is an endless demand to develop better leaders. Leadership education is at a critical stage with many universities neglecting to add it into their curriculum. While there are some universities that offer leadership education, most of them offer a theoretical approach to leadership and forget to emphasize… Read More »

3 Reasons Why Failure Will Strengthen Your Leadership Skills

By | November 18, 2017

By guest blogger Brenda Savoie [see Biography] [November 18, 2017]  Success is overrated. Few people understand that in order to succeed, you need to fail first. Whatever doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger, so why would anybody see struggles as a bad thing? Failing means you learned something that adds to your personal improvement. Yes, you failed, but… Read More »

Thoughts from Sadako Red as a Young Man

By | November 14, 2017

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [November 14, 2017]  When I was a young man, back in the day of tube radios and black rotary telephones, my friends and I spent a lot of time appreciating the fine ladies we dated.  We never obsessed over their race, religion, or even their sexual orientation (it never came up)… Read More »