Tag Archives: historical leadership

So Really, Why Should I Study History?

“Time has shown none understand The course of history’s well-laid plans.” Raise your hand if you hated history class in school. If I polled any of my peers, most of their hands would certainly shoot up. It wasn’t my favorite subject by any means. And why is that? While everyone seems to acknowledged the validity […]

The Environment for Revolutionary Change

“Why is it that the greatest leaders of all-time seem to either have rabid fans or rabid critics? The answer is simple: truth polarizes.” – Orrin Woodward Many people view the criticisms they receive for their dreams, beliefs, and actions as signs that what they are doing is somehow bad or wrong. The fact is, […]

5 Warning Signs of Cultural Decay

EDIT (7/12/2012) – The closing quote I use is merely commonly attributed to Edward Gibbon, but is not, in fact, proven have originated with him. Our country is in crisis mode. Take a look at the latest headlines or flip on nearest TV. It’s all over. We suffering from a staggering lack of leadership. In […]