During these extraordinary times, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with anxiety and fear. Will I be safe? Will my family be safe? How will I pay for food, rent, mortgage? When will it end?
In his ground-breaking book, Man’s Search for Meaning, holocaust survivor … Read More
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Military heroes are known for their immediate courage on the battlefield, but for some, ethical courage can be just as urgent. Just ask Captain Brett Crozier.
As the commander of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, with a … Read More
Considering the skill and dedication of thousands of doctors, nurses and emergency workers battling a virus that continues to expand throughout the world, this story is yet another remarkable example such individuals perform every day. It’s a story worth reading.
U.S. Army Major John N. … Read More
Two points about leadership.
Leadership is not a CEO, Admiral, Manager, Pope or President. Those are titles, not leadership.
The second point, rather points, come from General Hal Moore:
“We need leaders of principle, courage, character, wisdom, and discipline; and yet we seem trapped by … Read More
“As long as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no man objected and no man rebelled, those wrongs would last forever.” – Clarence Darrow
This is a case about truth and lies; right and wrong.
At the conclusion of the White … Read More
As I write this commentary, I’m watching Chief Justice John Roberts ask all 100 Senators to stand and take a special oath for the Impeachment Trial of President Trump.
“Do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of … Read More
In my 2005 book, What Do You Stand for? – Stories About Principles That Matter, I began tobacco insider Jeffrey Wigand’s story with these words:
What do you do when you discover something wrong? What do you do with what you know? Do you … Read More