Offline for a Few Days

By | November 7, 2022

[November 7, 2022]  It was no surprise that I was out of town for a few days; offline, but I had expected to keep up with my daily blogging.  As the weekend developed, it turns out that the event I attended was a “huge” Italian wedding in New York City; big things happen there.  My wife and I were honored to sit at the table with the bride’s mother and other family members.  We couldn’t say no.  Church rehearsal, rehearsal dinner, wedding, reception, early breakfast, smoking cigars, drinks at the bar.  You get the idea; I was occupied.

While everyone goes about their daily business, I would greatly appreciate it, if you would consider purchasing my books.  Also, please leave a review on Amazon.  You can find my two books at the links below.

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Please read my books:

  1. “55 Rules for a Good Life,” on Amazon (link here).
  2. “Our Longest Year in Iraq,” on Amazon (link here).
Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

Hello. I'm Doug and I provide at least one article every day on some leadership topic. I welcome comments and also guests who would like to write an article. Thanks for reading my blog.

16 thoughts on “Offline for a Few Days

  1. Lady Hawk

    Weddings are always the best because they symbolize a beginning of the family.

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    1. JT Patterson

      Good recommedation Kerry. “The FBI in Decline: Agent Bryce’s Opinion” was one of my favorite article he wrote. Agent Bryce has been writing on the decline of the FBI for years here in Gen. Satterfield’s leadership blog and if you aren’t paying attention folks, you’ve been missing a real scope.

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      1. Delf "Jelly" Bryce

        The Federal Bureau of Investigation, under the stewardship of Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, is broken. The problem lies not with the majority of front-line agents who serve our country, but with the FBI’s politicized bureaucracy. First part of executive summary of the report and aligns with what I’ve been writing about for years. The readers of https://www.theleadermaker.com were some of the first to get the word.

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  2. Maureen S. Sullivan

    Oh, missed you Gen S. Happy to see you back. We all missed your daily comments on life and leadership. 😀

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  3. Eric Coda

    Welcome back Gen. Satterfield, I hope the wedding was the most wonderful. Good luck.

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    1. Janna Faulkner

      Only important ‘stuff’ keeps General Douglas Satterfield from his website and appointed rounds of advice, goodness, and selfless service. NO, he didn’t pay me to post this …. ha ha ha. Oh and get his books:
      “Our Longest Year in Iraq”
      “55 Rules for a Good Life”
      ❤❤❤❤❤

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      1. Otto Z. Zuckermann

        Yeah, Janna, I’m with you. I have both books and if you don’t, you are missing out.

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