Monthly Archives: July 2013

America Cannot Be the 911 Operator for the World

This is my thirty-seventh weekly Blog regarding the state of leadership in America. Americans have historically shown that we have a great willingness and capacity to offer help to each other and to people in other countries, especially for humanitarian … Continue reading

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Competition Versus Cooperation – Everyone Should Not Get a Trophy

This is my thirty-sixth weekly Blog regarding the status of leadership in America. The history of humankind is one of intense competition between individuals, groups, and countries, with war being the most extreme form of competition. We compete in everything … Continue reading

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It Is Easier To Ask For Forgiveness Than Permission

This is my thirty-fifth weekly Blog regarding the state of leadership in America. Most people in leadership positions do not want to make a decision or start down a particular path unless they are personally convinced by the analysis of … Continue reading

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Why So Many Disengaged Employees?

This is my thirty-fourth weekly Blog regarding the state of leadership in America. A USA Today June 30, 2013 article titled, “Americans hate their jobs, even with perks,” gave a short overview of a Gallup “State of the American Workforce … Continue reading

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