Monthly Archives: March 2014

I Really Appreciate Your Reading This…

Great leaders show appreciation, extravagantly! In the late 1990’s my mom joined the computer age. She’d heard about email and thought it would be great to get a computer and learn to communicate electronically. She was in her early 70’s when she purchased … Continue reading

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Model (Car) Leadership

When I was a kid I built a lot of model airplanes and model cars. In 4th and 5th grades I won model car contests, although I have to admit having help from an older sibling. I also had a … Continue reading

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What the Little Engine Teaches!

One of my wife’s favorite children’s books is, The Little Engine That Could. You know the story; the little train engine was faced with a log steep hill and needed to get over it. The engine keeps telling himself, “I … Continue reading

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The Appreciation Situation

For some reason I was thinking about my daughter-in-law’s birthday. She’s a wonderful woman, a fantastic mother, and a quality human being in every way. She is full of faith, grace and is a joy to be around. She and … Continue reading

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Butch and Leadership

One of my favorite movies is Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. I just about have about the whole movie memorized. There are some great quotable lines. One of the best is when the main characters are heading back to … Continue reading

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