Category Archives: Professional Development

Political Leadership: Thomas Sowell

By | February 18, 2016

[February 18, 2016]  To continue my series on thinkers of refreshing ideas, I’m introducing to my readers Thomas Sowell, economist, conservative commentator, Korean War veteran, and academic.  As readers of theLeaderMaker.com know, I’m interested in new and innovative ideas; sometimes emotional but always controversial because they are new.  Sowell meets that standard. I’m most interested in ideas that… Read More »

10 Things to Know Before Joining the Army

By | January 12, 2016

[January 12, 2016]  Anyone considering joining the Army and making a commitment for several years, has wished there were some things someone had explained about our service beforehand.  Teenagers straight out of high school are attracted by the glamour and potential excitement of service but are often disappointed.  What are ten things you should know before joining the… Read More »

Political Leadership: Dinesh D’Sousa

By | December 13, 2015

[December 13, 2015]  New ideas are refreshing.  Action is exhilarating.  People with conviction are interesting and influential.  I’m starting a new series about political leadership; not necessarily about politicians but about anyone who has fresh ideas about politics and how to win in that arena.  In my first post on political leadership I’ll be introducing to my readers… Read More »