600 years before the Roman Empire ruled from the moors of Britain to the sands of Egypt, it’s predecessor, the Roman Republic, was almost destroyed. In 458 B.C. The neighboring Aequians attacked Rome—and the army sent … Continue Reading ››
Somehow, somewhere, I will fail today as a leader.
You need to hear that. I need to hear that. We all fall short of perfection as leaders. One of the things that sets exceptional leaders apart from all the rest is how they manage … Continue Reading ››
Leading yourself well sets you up to lead others well. Part of leading yourself is knowing when and where you're at your best. Are you a morning person or a night owl? Do you plan weeks in … Continue Reading ››
This is how the Zulu greet one another. It literally means, "I see you." And, yes, they were saying it long before the Na'vi of James Cameron's Avatar were saying it. Last week I offered Continue Reading ››
I'm going to talk about the "F" word today, that vulgar term that's still considered taboo in most civilized circles. It amuses me how perfectly acceptable it is to season your language with it as long as you're talking about … Continue Reading ››