Category Archives: Information

Balanced Leadership

By | February 12, 2019

[February 12, 2019]  Dealing with children can be an amazing experience; one filled with new things, high energy, and interesting challenges.  Observing children at play with their peers opens new windows into the importance of how children progress to be likable youngsters.  Their efforts are not that different from a balanced leader; one who seeks the right attitude… Read More »

Don’t Mistake Kindness with Goodness

By | February 9, 2019

[February 9, 2019]  There are plenty of practical lessons for leaders to consider in their journey to better understanding people.  Goodness is one of those universally desirable attributes that indicate that this is a person who is trustworthy.  However, judging people by their kind acts can be misleading if you’re looking for goodness.  Some folks display a façade… Read More »

Leaders Don’t Guess

By | February 1, 2019

[February 1, 2019]  There’s a kid’s guessing game that is old as humans have been on this Earth.  It involves one child holding something in one hand and asking another which hand holds the object.  It’s a simple guessing game.  Or is it?  Unlike the average child who gets to chose randomly, leaders don’t guess. I used to… Read More »

Peace without Victory

By | January 22, 2019

[January 22, 2019]  Leadership often means breaking new ground, going places no one has gone before, and dealing with complex and difficult problems that would overwhelm most people.  In 1914 a great war began that was to ravage much of Europe and test the values of the United States.  U.S. President Woodrow Wilson concluded that it was in… Read More »