Category Archives: Leadership

Reflections on Father’s Day 2014

Reflections on Father’s Day 2014 As you get older you tend to have a greater respect for those life influences you perhaps once took for granted, or at best simply underrated. I’m quite sure I’m guilty of this. I KNOW … Continue reading

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Leadership ain’t what it used to be

Leadership is the ability to motivate the will and actions of a group toward goal attainment.  This implies relationship between leader and follower. Formerly goal-attainment was often synonymous with a directive leader. Changes in our world have helped to alter … Continue reading

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I hate bullies

If you are a leader and I disagree with you I will always do my best to get out of your way and try to get behind you. I will give you the benefit of the doubt in every circumstance possible…because I know that leadership is hard and it takes courage. Continue reading

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Going Global

Anyone that has spent more than ten minutes with me KNOWS how thankful I am to be associated with the heroic men and women who serve as our military missionaries overseas. Also the equal passion for conveying the strategic importance … Continue reading

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Remembering Sandra Alcorn

Patty and I lost a dear friend last week in Grayson, Louisiana. She seemed much too young-barely 58—and she went much too quickly—3 weeks from the day of her diagnosis. We have known Sandra since she was a 29 year-old … Continue reading

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