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The 8 Principles of Friendship

“Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art…. It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things which give value to survival.”  – C.S. Lewis That’s right, folks. Today we are talking about that thing called “friendship.” Difficult to define, yet wonderful to behold, it is probably best summed up by leadership author […]

Orrin Woodward’s LeaderShift

I cannot tell you how excited I was when I heard Orrin Woodward and Oliver DeMille teamed up to co-write a book. They are hands down two of my favorite leadership authors separately, so there was no telling what they’d be able to do together (SPOILER ALERT: LeaderShift was fabulous). Though not typically a fan […]

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 […]

Orrin Woodward on Purpose

It’s the question that has plagued even the greatest philosophical minds for millenniums (and you know it’s a big deal when even Mel Brooks feels the need to weigh in): “What is the meaning of life?” Now clearly, I am in no position to offer a definitive answer, but one thing I’ve noticed? Whether the […]