Archive for April, 2011

A Life that Counts

Ben Franklin once wrote, “I would rather have it said ‘he lived usefully’ than ‘he died rich.’” More than just words, it was the way Franklin lived his life. One example of his useful nature was the invention of the … Continue reading


Charismatic Leadership

William Gladstone and  Benjamin Disraeli were two of the fiercest political rivals of the 19th  century. Their epic battles for control of the British Empire were marked by  intense animosity that spilled over from the public arena into their personal  … Continue reading

Five Traits of an Admired Leader

One of the easiest and best ways to improve as a leader is to develop a point of view about leadership.  The act of crafting your leadership definition or sharing your leadership journey requires that you actually THINK about leadership … Continue reading