How You Can Use the Power of Storytelling to Enhance Your Leadership

By | March 30, 2019

[March 30, 2019] Within the world of business, we all understand the importance that the art of storytelling has when it comes to getting results. However, when it comes to being a leader within your business, many average leaders will fail to see the importance that the art of storytelling has on their role. It’s the successful leaders… Read More »

Leader Don’ts #3: Accept Defeat

By | March 28, 2019

[March 28, 2019] After my initial tour of duty overseas in West Germany, the first movie I saw upon my return was Rocky (1976). Starring Sylvester Stallone, this movie was a come-from-behind story about an uneducated, small-time boxer who wants to regain his self-respect by fighting the world heavy-weight champion. It’s about one man’s desire never to accept… Read More »

The Impact of Passion on Your Leadership

By | March 27, 2019

[March 27, 2019] What do people mean by following a passion? To understand this, I had to experience myself how being passionate about something changes the way you do business. Now that overcame a long list of challenges and run my own company, I want to help others to improve their leadership. Below I’m going to share my… Read More »

When Evil Fails, What Next?

By | March 26, 2019

[March 26, 2019] What constitutes evil is not easily explained. It will always be the task of all moral leaders to identify, resist, and whenever possible destroy evil. For example, civilized nations came together during World War II to defeat the oppressive tyranny of the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis. Evil can be defeated as we have seen in the history… Read More »

Don’t Find Fault, Find a Remedy

By | March 24, 2019

[March 24, 2019] Henry Ford was one of America’s foremost industrialists; revolutionalizing assembly-line modes of production for the automobile. It comes as no surprise that the title of my article today is one of his direct quotes; don’t find fault, find a remedy. “Most people spend more time and energy going around problems than in trying to solve… Read More »

When Character Counts

By | March 23, 2019

[March 23, 2019]  In a speech after the brutal U.S. Civil War ended, Army General William Tecumseh Sherman said “I tell you, war is Hell.”1  He was a man who knew the viciousness of war and the terrible price people pay.  But he was also adamant that when the going gets tough, character counts more than anything else.… Read More »

Profile: General Bernard Montgomery

By | March 22, 2019

[March 22, 2019] Before I graduated from High School, I went to see the movie Patton (1970) with friends I would never see again. My takeaway from the movie was that the Germans were not that good and British General Bernard Montgomery was both egotistical and a highly overrated commander.1 American filmmakers routinely portray WWII as being won… Read More »

Good Habits #41: Begin with a Hardy Greeting

By | March 21, 2019

[March 21, 2019] I began this series on “good habits” several years ago out of a desire to give simple advice to up-and-coming leaders.1 Picking good daily habits for leaders is easy because there are many to choose from. Today, I’ll be focusing on the usefulness of beginning your day with a hardy greeting. “One of the most… Read More »