Archive for June 2019

Get to Know Your True Self

Its hard to find your true self

Somebody said that the difference between man and animals is that animals never try to be something they aren’t.  A dog is a dog and cows are cows.  Humans try to be something we are not and forget who we are designed to be; our “true self.”   One day Peter Drucker looked at us…

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The Resilient Leader is Transformed

He was the greatest golfer ever, and then he wasn’t.   He changed his swing, national news focused on his infidelities, his marriage fell apart, sponsors abandoned him, and surgeries prevented him from competing.   After falling to #1199 in the world rankings, Tiger Woods won the 2019 Masters and his first major win in…

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Wisdom: A Leaders Journey

The Lord appeared to Solomon during the night in a dream, and God said, “Ask for whatever you want me to give you.” Solomon answered, “… give your servant a discerning heart [wisdom] to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong. For who is able to govern this great people of yours?”…

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Lessons for Managers on D Day

remember the lessons of ww2

June 6th is D day.  Managers can be reminded of their imperative.   75 years ago, the allies invaded occupied France to end the rule of the Nazis.  The first major assault to end tyranny around the world.   During World War II, the United States lost 416,000 soldiers. There were over 85 million people…

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A New Life

I thought I was doing pretty well. My energy was low and I didn’t feel well, but I functioned ok.  I wasn’t ok.   It concerned my friends and family.  My color was ashen, and I wasn’t tracking.  One friend asked my wife, “is Robert ok?”   I was under the doctor’s supervision.  They were monitoring my condition…

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