Category Archives: Guest Blogger

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 »

Race, Leadership, and Moral Failure

By | September 19, 2017

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [September 19, 2017] In the small circle of government-inspired writers, it is exciting – in its own tortuous way – to know that that you’ve reached an apex of bloggership when theLeaderMaker.com website gives you a special moniker that looks like a cat (smart, sly, seductive) and allows any topic as… Read More »