Month: July 2017

  • Are you the real deal with leadership?

    Texans call it “all hat, and no cattle,” when referring to an unsubstantiated claim of leadership. It’s colorful; it’s descriptive, and it’s going on, constantly. You know it when you see it: someone claims to be something that their performance does not confirm. Their rhetoric isn’t matched by their results; their claims fall short of […]

  •  Cancel the party – no plans to retire

    “Are you going to retire?” We’re such a literate society that there are people who are working to master the art of reading between the lines. Some of them are recipients of my Point of View; they replied to last week’s edition with that question: was I announcing my retirement? No! My retirement will be […]

  • Is it time to pull the plug and create?

    If it didn’t exist, would you create it? I spent the first half of my adult life trying to come up with the right answers. I’ve spent the second half trying to find the right questions. That’s one of the best questions I know to ask… I have a good friend – and, Master’s graduate […]

  • Are you comfortable taking unnecessary risks to sin?

    Does sin knock at your door? Are you in a dangerous place? Some locales are noted for their high-risk locations. Track your terror: whatever you fear, there are places more susceptible than others. If earthquakes are the source of nightmares for you, Tehran, Istanbul and Los Angeles are off your bucket list. Tsunamis are very […]

  • Mustard or Ketchup isn’t the Question… as we celebrate Independence

    Are those hot-dogs a fraud as Americans recognize the Declaration of Independence on the 4th of July? Tomorrow, over 150 million hot dogs – and incalculable burgers – will hit the grills across America, as Americans celebrate the 241st anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the document certifying the agreement of 13 colonies to break […]