Monthly Archives: July 2012

Batman Murders and Public Accountability

First, to be clear, I detest the murders of innocent people. I will refrain from mentioning names due to my beliefs. These people are motivated to kill because of the need to be famous. Their efforts are rewarded with immense notoriety that our society cast upon them. They’re transformed into instant rock stars basting in rays of public […]

20 NEW THOUGHTS

Blogging from a new platform with incredible positive improvements to come. The Law of Belief states that what we focus on becomes our reality –  Let us focus on love, prosperity, kindness, success, and happiness. Below are a few words that were shared with by a close friend named Terry K. Please enjoy and try […]

Leader Dilemma: Follower Fear and Future Uncertainty

People have needs. Needs are central to life. Unfulfilled needs create motivation and people are willing to do anything if their needs become extreme. What would you be willing to do for food or water if you were trapped in the desert? I bet you can’t imagine what you would truly do because it’s too […]

35 Greatest Leadership Quotes of All-Time from the World’s Greatest Leaders

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change” — Charles Darwin “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” — Martin Luther King, Jr. “No […]

7 Areas of Limitation in Career Development

Limited Self-Belief and Lack of Self-Esteem As career professionals, we generally underestimate our own abilities and attribute a greater degree of efficiency and aptitude to others. This limiting belief holds career development back from achieving its full potential. Professionals who desire career advancement need to understand that their abilities match up competitively with others in […]

Leadership Rules: Is there an Unfair Advantage in MMA?

Anderson Silva & Chael Sonnen will meet in the center of the octagon to compete in hand-to-hand combat to declare a winner of their highly anticipated rematch. There are no weapons used in MMA. Each fighter has to meet a specific weight to compete with determined fairness. But, is the fight really fair? Do the two […]

Incredible Firework Celebration at Great Adventure – 13 minutes of energy – Best Ever!!

Sharing the incredible firework show I witnessed last night at Six Flags Great Adventure. 13 minutes of the best firework show I have ever seen. It was better than the Macy’s firework show and wanted to share the energy. Enjoy!! Don’t mind the blank frame – there is 13 minutes of incredible firework celebration. [youtube […]

Identifying Visionary Leadership on the 4th of July

The 4th of July, a day in history that presented the U.S. Declaration of Independence and changed the face of the world forever. The magnanimous courage expressed by the founding fathers was simply extraordinary. Opposed by a superior force and committed to an “all or nothing” strategy that yearned for independence. The 4th of July represents […]

We NEED Ethical Leadership

GlaxoSmithKline to pay 3 billion in fines for bribing MDs to prescribe and illegally promote Paxil, Wellbutrin and Avandia where it was not regulated by the FDA and withheld research showing adverse effects (i.e. stroke). MDs need to be held responsible for prescribing and endangering patients lives when they knew of the consequences. Medical licenses should be […]