Leaders should assume positive intent in most cases. Often times we create untrue as well as unfair stories in our head about others. Last week in a blog post titled, "As a Leader I Hate That I Do This - How About You?" I talked about how we tend to create such stories from the […] Read More
Remarkable Teenage Leadership - Changes Entire School in 1 Year! I don't like bullies, and I bet you don't either. I am floored by the leadership courage this bullied teenager took to become not only an unbelievable leader at his school, but also something else you will have to watch the video to see. Josh […] Read More
You wouldn't think a 15-month-old could have the influence to control 500 boys at a camp. But this one does. Once this baby leader figures out how to get others to follow him, it's not so difficult. Aren't we all trying to figure out ways to get others to follow us? Once we do, much […] Read More
Leadership often times has nothing to do with intentionally leading people. Some times its sole purpose is to inspire. I have found this to be the case many times when children are leading. Children have a great capacity to care; and in this video not only care, but inspire as well. As you watch this […] Read More
I come across a lot of inspirational and motivational videos. Here is one of the most inspirational videos I have ever seen. The story will touch you. Perhaps it is a story you might want to share with your children, as I have.