Category Archives: Leadership

Duty, there Ain’t Enough of It

By | May 25, 2023

[May 25, 2023]  Duty is the essence of humanness.  No words written are more pointed to why modern men and women are so unhappy … unhappy because they fail to realize that not doing one’s “duty” is denying our obligation to act responsibly.  For several weeks, I have watched President Biden’s trainwreck of an administration as it continues… Read More »

The Good Idea Fairy

[May 18, 2023]  As I put pen to paper (yes, the old-fashioned way), Memorial Day is only a few days away.  I’m lucky to have served some incredible folks during my time during my military time, in peace and war, and under some extreme circumstances.  This means taking the good with the bad, learning that the human way… Read More »

Do We Treat People Fairly?

[May 17, 2023]  The answer to the question is “no,” we don’t treat people fairly, we have never treated everyone fairly, and never will for many reasons.  One reason is a lack of fairness based in the law.  For example, Asian Americans are widely and openly discriminated against at Ivy League universities for admission.  This contradicts the basic… Read More »

Leader Traits that Destroy Trust

[May 15, 2023]  Being a leader means remembering that you are there for a reason, and the reason is not about having everything your way.  Several of my readers asked that I compile a list of traits that destroy trust.  Below is a list of some of these traits, each commonly encountered in poor leaders. Controlling: a greater… Read More »