Category Archives: Leadership

The Organizer of Victory!

[May 23, 2020]  Over the next few months, I will be dedicating space in my blog to discuss the leadership characteristics of George C. Marshall.  After George Washington, Marshall is considered the “most respected soldier in American history.”1  Yet, he never commanded troops in battle, the customary path to greatness for a military leader.  So what was it… Read More »

Some Observations on the COVID-19 Pandemic

[May 17, 2020]  The seriousness of the current COVID-19 pandemic cannot be overlooked.  However, there is a small but building counter-argument that the lockdowns established and enforced by state and local governments may have been an overreach.  Today, I’ll be listing a few observations on the pandemic that are trending from medical, political, and legal organizations. “The most… Read More »

Your Promise is Your New Priority

[May 16, 2020]  “Read my lips; no new taxes.”  In 1988, then-presidential candidate George H.W. Bush made a simple, clear promise that he would not raise taxes on the American people if elected.  Later, he failed to live up to his promise.  His political opponents repeatedly questioned his trustworthiness, and he lost re-election.  When leaders make a promise,… Read More »