Can you afford to be a fool

May 22, 2017

Since when it was first spoken till this moment, God is still in the amazing business of choosing the foolish things of the world to shame the wise. In other words, if you want to […]

The peril of leadership letdown

May 15, 2017

One of the most eye-catching and surprising leadership fiascos in American history was the theatrical meltdown of the Enron energy corporation. When Enron collapsed in late 2001, it became clear as water that people in […]

Will the real leader please stand?

May 1, 2017

“When I try to put people in the picture of what Ronald Reagan was like,” says Peggy Noonan, former White House speechwriter, “I tell them the bathroom story.” The what? The bathroom story: A few […]

The leader’s most leading tools

April 24, 2017

In days of yore, Aram Bakshian Jr., a speechwriter for Ronald Regan, wrote, “to rise to the top in any field, you must be an outstanding public speaker.” I cannot think of a single great […]

Lead from the middle, not the top

April 17, 2017

The legendary retail baron James Cash Penney once evaluated a clerk at one of his stores. The young clerk, he said, “wouldn’t have much of a future in the retail business.” What do you think […]

Your dressing counts

April 3, 2017

I remember reading through the conspicuous biography of “JFK”, one of the past presidents of the United States of America. One of the decisive areas his team members needed to groom him on—when he was […]

The trademark of great leaders

March 27, 2017

To start with, I cannot thank enough everyone—who made the last week’s article “there are no traffic jams on the extra-mile” go viral through social media. You and I were able to get in touch […]

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