“…Attaining a successful leadership role, does not mean that your ‘so-called’ followers are REALLY FOLLOWING you….”

All followers have Leaders, but not all Leaders have followers. The best General in the world can’t lead his troops into battle if they don’t follow. If we fail to listen, then we fail to follow. We have a responsibility to LISTEN, and to RESPOND in a positive way. For most of us, as we […]

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“…Here’s a few IMPORTANT questions that will determine your success in life….”

THE MIRROR TEST: What do you see when you look in the mirror? What do others see when they look, or interact, with you? What does God see when He looks at you? Do they see sincerity? Integrity? Truth? Good example? Commitment? Love? Forgiveness? Fairness? Security? Compromise? Compassion? Indulgence? Respectfulness? Endurance? Intuition? Foresightedness? Loyalty? Faithfulness? […]

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“… He died in London December 21, 1807. Slave-trader, Infidel, and libertine turned minister….”

Amazing Grace: Amazing grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me …I once was lost but now I’m found …Was blind but now I see….Twas grace that taught my heart to fear ….And grace my fears relieved …How precious did that grace appear…  The hour I first believed. ….The lord has promised […]

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“,,,often, though, we don’t even realize the INFLUENCE that the ‘helping hand’ had on career path…”

THE “HELPING HAND.” As we maneuver through the maze of career building; very often, we are the recipient of “a helping hand.” Too often, though, we don’t even realize the INFLUENCE that the “helping hand” had on us, and our career. We take that “help” for granted, not realizing that it was INTENTIONAL on the […]

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“…It makes “no-difference” if it’s a personal issue, a work issue, a play issue, or one of spirituality… we’re STILL OBLIGATED…”

What kind of “obligations” do we have to our fellow-man, our co-worker, our family members and friends? What are we doing…. Each day… to help someone else with those challenges ….those they face each day?   It makes “no-difference” if it’s a personal issue, a work issue, a play issue, or one of spirituality… we’re STILL […]

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“…What do we do with our allotted time of 86,400 seconds each day…?”

A day’s ALLOTMENT: Just “another one of God’s Gifts.” God allots us 86,400 seconds each day of life on earth; which translates into 1440 minutes, or 24 hours each day. At the end of the day, all seconds, minutes and hours are gone; never to return. And, so it goes the next day. The QUESTION […]

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“…Today, one could say that ‘Apathy’ is our most important by-product…”

Apathy: Think nothing. Do Nothing. Care nothing.  W-O-W…. what a condition to be in. Think about this a moment: If you just sit back and “let it happen,” I’ll guarantee it will happen. If you want to prevent “it” from happening, then get off your duff and do something. If someone is pointing a gun […]

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“…Networking and my personality didn’t mix well. I simply was not good at small talk and hand-shaking…”

Food for thought…I’ve spent a life time of “NOT” networking. I still managed to succeed in my (by some measure) career despite my refusal to network. Networking and my personality didn’t mix well. I simply was not good at small talk and hand-shaking. I always seemed to put my foot in my own mouth anyway. […]

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“…There are many ways to SERVE these people who lay their lives on the line….”

As we observe Memorial Day, it might do us well to consider how “we” might come to the aid of those serving our country in a more meaningful way. We have fewer people actually serving in the military than we’ve had in decades. Our problem, it seems, is that we don’t give the SUPPORT, or […]

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“…Are you a leader amongst your peers…?”

Leaders are not just those sitting in the Boardroom’s of Corporate America; they could be the one who is sitting across the lunch-room table from you, or sharing your office cubical, or the guy you car pool with. These types of leaders are selected by their peers; the one’s “they chose” to look up to, […]

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