Category Archives: Leadership

Eating Meals with Others

By | June 10, 2022

[June 10, 2022]  Long before I was introduced to the “business luncheon,” I’d found it professionally productive to eat meals with others.  Yet, I took ‘eating meals with others’ for granted and overlooked the many not-so-obvious benefits.  Some nihilists would say I do this to enhance my career; they would be wrong. In an earlier article titled Eating… Read More »

The Growing FIRE

[June 8, 2022]  Move over ACLU – American Civil Liberties Union – you’ve been replaced as a defender of free speech.  At one time, American Liberalism was a staunch defender of free speech issues; no longer.  The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, FIRE for short, is expanding outside the college setting to supplant the ACLU. What happened… Read More »

The Ukraine War: old-fashioned Attrition Warfare

[June 5, 2022]  The behavior of Russia’s leaders before and during this Ukraine War has been predictable.  They do classic Russian kinetic warfare, better known as old-fashioned attrition warfare.  Yet, every one of the West’s “experts” was wrong and often spectacularly wrong about what Russia would do in such a conflict. The Soviet Union and now Russia’s method… Read More »