Today is the fourth of July. In America, it’s our most sacred patriotic holiday. It’s a time we come together and celebrate our union as a country. It’s a union of 50 states and 5 territories. It’s a union of over 327 million people¹ with diverse family backgrounds, faiths, and political beliefs. All make up
Over the course of a year I am reading a book a week. Partly because I want to see who I become at the end of it. I want to share with you what I learned.
What do you define as leadership? Someone who’s able to move massive amounts of people? Someone who’s able to lead movements like Martin Luther King or Mahatma Gandi? Maybe you think of someone who kept a country from dividing and stood with moral courage like Abraham Lincoln. Or maybe you think of someone like a
Every week I read a new book on leadership or self-development. This is kind of a running list of some of the quotes that have most challenged me and strengthened me at the same time. I will continue to add to this page as the weeks of reading go on and I invite you to
I get it. You don’t have time to read a book a week or feel that it’s a crazy goal. There are more important things to do right? The wisest man in history would disagree. Solomon, King of Isreal, was considered the wisest man throughout history and the history to come.¹ (Not a bad title.)
When I was 5 years old, I had finally made my decision of what I wanted to be when I grew up. Full of excitement, I enthusiastically ran to go tell my Mom. “Mom… I know what I want to be when I grow up.” “What?”, my Mom eagerly asked staring down at my small