Seasons happen, that’s for certain. However, what happens to us from one season to the next is often uncertain. We can’t always predict the exact future or how it’s all going to work out. Unfortunately, we can’t pick and choose the cards we’re dealt, real life scenarios we get to face, the jobs we’re offered, or even
Be you. This is me. Last night on Sunday Night Football, sports fans who were listening and/or paying attention late in the game got an insightful glimpse into Matt Nagy, rookie 40-year old head coach for the Chicago Bears. Chris Collinsworth and Al Michaels are always great on the call, and last night even in somewhat of
Today is World Kindness Day 2018! In honor of the day and the topic, here's a short excerpt from my forthcoming book on the topic of genuine kindness and the impact it makes in our leadership. In writing my forthcoming book, Lead With Hospitality, I set out one morning to write a chapter on the topic of "courtesy".
In Sixth Grade, our elementary school team won the Lakeside Invitational Basketball Tournament, in Elliot County, about forty-five minutes from our hometown of Grayson, KY. We were the champions. One of my teammates and I let a few lines of the Queen song, We Are The Champions fly in the locker room, postgame. Naturally. We cut down the nets on