Mental Resilience and Leadership (Part 5)

[May 09, 2014] I have proposed the idea here that people in our modern world are experiencing less stress overall today in their lives, especially when compared to our parents, grandparents, and all those before us. Furthermore, we are less mentally resilience because of it. One not so surprising result is that people are less tolerant of others.… Read More »

The UK: Race and Politics

[May 08, 2014] Race and Politics! A combination that is sure to hit all the right emotions. The United Kingdom and their politics is a rather exciting mess to read about. It has it all … race, emotion, leadership, raucousness, scandal, name-calling, and a litany of issues all intertwined with politics … electric! We in the U.S. have… Read More »

Core Values: LAPD

[May 08, 2014] Growing up watching the old “black and white,” one of my favorite shows was Dragnet1 starring Jack Webb as Sgt Joe Friday – the 1967-70 version. The Los Angeles Police Department has had a number to television series and movies based on its men and women in the force doing good. The LAPD has a… Read More »

Political Investigation of Leaders

[May 07, 2014] Daily, we read about some new investigation of government leaders, making it seem as though our government is either broken or full of crooks. I propose that many of these investigations are motivated by nothing more than an attempt to target a leader politically. While many of these investigations are necessary, some are used as… Read More »

Off Topic: Forgetting my Laptop

[May 05, 2014] No posts yesterday or this morning. That is what happens when I forget my laptop while before traveling across the country. My apologies for doing what my friends call a “brain dump.” While traveling without connectivity, the available time did provide me with a chance to eat in an airport restaurant – something I have… Read More »

The Changing Face of U.S. Leadership

[May 02, 2014] Leader traits are changing in the United States and not in the way people may think. Leadership changes have always been a reflection of the social environment and that will remain fundamentally true. Yet, American values and standards of conduct are changing and leaders are rushing to adapt. Leadership adaptation has been developing in the… Read More »