Category Archives: Guest Blogger

Looking Back on Government: by Army Vet

By | February 6, 2019

[February 6, 2019]  Army Vet looks back on his recent experience with some American politicians in Washington D.C. and discusses his observations, surprises, and expectations … and a little secret. The Government owes you Nothing:  I consider myself a fortunate person because I’m not just free to do as I wish but I’m also a FREE THINKER.  Here’s… Read More »

9 Essential Leadership Skills For The Workplace Of Tomorrow

By | January 27, 2019

[January 27, 2019]  The thoughts on what leadership represents and which personality traits and skills make an individual a good, trustworthy leader have significantly changed throughout human history. In this time and day, an idea of a leader as a person who merely stands on top giving out orders is seriously outdated. Developing the leaders of tomorrow will… Read More »

Beginner’s Guide to Female Leadership

By | January 20, 2019

[January 20, 2019]  We live in an exciting era many would justifiably call the time of great opportunities. At no other point in human history were women as educated, confident and involved as they are today, and yet, it seems that when it comes to business, it’s still a man’s world. According to the Brain & Company’s research… Read More »

6 Important Tips for Leadership Writers

By | January 12, 2019

[January 12, 2019]  Leadership writing is at the crux of the digital marketing world. Companies that hire leadership writers on behalf of their business for long landing pages report up to 220% more leads. If you want to utilize your expression and communication skills and become a better writer, use these 6 tips. Implementing them will make you… Read More »

Race Relations and Observing Failure

By | January 9, 2019

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [January 9, 2018]  Years ago Dr. Condoleezza Rice said something I never forgot.  She said the “United States of America had made enormous progress in race relations, and it is still the best place on Earth to be a minority.”  She is correct, of course, and I couldn’t have said it… Read More »

How to Build Your Leadership Skills

By | December 22, 2018

[December 22, 2018]  An effective leader is one who develops plans and shepherds their team through their project plan, more often than not achieving their objectives. However, that is what a good manager does, too. To be more than just effective, you need a mix of cultivated skills and behaviors to truly lead your team. Leaders do more… Read More »

10 Things Successful People Do Before 9 a.m.

By | December 15, 2018

[December 15, 2018]  Does early bird really get the worm? According to research, that’s true: “People whose performance peaks in the morning are better positioned for career success because they’re more proactive than people who are at their best in the evening.” That’s a secret of many successful people. Before they go to work, they’ve been active and… Read More »

The new U.S. Space Command: by Army Vet

By | December 2, 2018

[December 2, 2018]  Army Vet takes on the idea that a new U.S. Space Command is necessary but makes fun of the idea because its time has not yet come. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope:  Yesterday I was flicking through the cable television channels on my old Sony Trinitron Model KV27 television set and ran… Read More »