During this time we must be prudent, but as leaders, we cannot panic and overreact and hurt those we lead. This is a time for compassion. In this Harvard Business Review article – “The Coronavirus Crisis Doesn’t Have to Lead to Layoffs” they make the following statement: “To be sure, a cost-cutting reflex is understandable.… Read More
“Do you want to be the one in the nursing home with the best stories, not the biggest frustrations?” – Alex Malley From Alex Malley on LinkedIn
Good Monday morning to you! Getting cold again here in NE Indiana. Courage – what is it? According to Wikipedia, “Courage is the ability and willingness to confront fear, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation. Physical courage is courage in the face of physical pain, hardship, death, or threat of death, while moral courage is the… Read More
“The first lie…: – Seth Godin is that you’re going to need far more talent than you were born with.
Good morning – I hope your week is getting off to a great start! I am a former officer of the US Army and it was a privilege to serve on active duty in the 9th Infantry Division – the “Old Reliables“. Being former Army, I enjoy watching the Military Channel and yesterday I was… Read More
“In order for a nation to achieve victory in combat, it requires something like a total surrender of its Soldiers. Every part of a combatant’s life, except that which belongs to God, must be consciously yielded over to the discretion of the state. Perhaps no one put it better than one soldier who fought in… Read More
“How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them.” – Benjamin Franklin
Virtue – Honor – Courage – Compassion – Duty Important words to me. Lately, I have been pondering what it means to do right – even to ones own hurt. Virtue and honor should drive us to do what is right regardless of the cost – especially to ourselves. Courage gives us the means to… Read More