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What Makes a Great Leader?

By | November 9, 2020

[November 9, 2020]  A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a short article that outlined what I believed to be the 20 top characteristics of a great leader.1  A week later, political reporter Byron York at the Washington Examiner wrote that “exit pollsters” listed four qualities of a President.  We both compared Joe Biden and Donald Trump.2 “If… Read More »

Will Joe Biden and Socialism Win?

By | November 6, 2020

[November 6, 2020]   Yogi Berra famously said of baseball games, “It’s not over till it’s over.”  Like baseball games, the U.S. presidential election is not yet decided.  With lawsuits, recounts, and other legal actions underway to sort out the real vote count, it’s hard to be optimistic about our country’s direction.  Joe Biden may eventually be president of… Read More »

Caretaker Leadership

By | November 5, 2020

[November 5, 2020]  I’ll begin by noting that the term caretaker leadership is almost never used.  The reason is that the two terms are an oxymoron when used together.  I have discovered, however, that caretaker leadership happens all the time when a leader is unwilling or unable to fulfill the inherent duties of leadership and yet remains in… Read More »

Meet the Heroic Dog Conan

By | November 2, 2020

[November 2, 2020]  Can dogs be heroes?  Some people think so, and I agree with them.  A year ago, a daring raid was conducted by U.S. Special Forces targeting ISIS terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.  The hero dog Conan chased al-Baghdadi into a tunnel, resulting in the terrorist leader blowing himself up.1  This highly-classified, dramatic operation took place… Read More »

Winning Under Pressure

By | November 1, 2020

[November 1, 2020]  I’m not a golfer, but many of my friends are fanatical about the game, playing regardless of the weather and sometimes disregarding their health.  Occasionally I’ll play a game, but those same crazy friends put a lot of pressure on me to win.  The sweat pours off my forehead as I try to make that… Read More »