Category Archives: Information

Lick ’em Tomorrow

By | March 3, 2021

[March 3, 2021]  After the first day of the Battle of Shiloh of the American Civil War, 6 April 1862, sometime after midnight, then Union Brigadier General William T. Sherman came upon then Major General Ulysses S. Grant was standing under a tree.  Sherman remarked, “Well, Grant, we’ve had the devil’s own day, haven’t we?” Grant looked up.… Read More »

Open Comments

By | February 25, 2021

[February 25, 2021]  A default setting on my website theme was set to 30 days for comments. Simply put, you could not place a comment on any article after 30 days.  I removed this default setting so now you can post freely on any of my posts, anytime. Occasionally, I review my website settings and make tweaks to… Read More »

Develop Trusted Agents

By | February 21, 2021

[February 21, 2021]  Develop trusted agents to provide feedback.  An early leadership lesson I learned was to listen closely to a few select people.  Carefully chosen, these folks can provide you with an extraordinary level of information necessary to succeed. I always have people around me that I trust to tell me the brutal truth.  Harsh as it may seem,… Read More »