Monthly Archives: June 2012

Actions That Require VALOR


VALOR.   Websters online dictionary defines it as, “strength of mind in regard to danger; that quality which enables a man to encounter danger with firmness; personal bravery; courage…”. I like what Ambrose Redmoon said. “Courage is not the absence of fear, … Continue reading

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10 Crucial Qualities of Leaders


Have you recently thought about what you are aiming for as a leader?  I don’t know about you, but I constantly need reminders to keep my vision fresh and my motivation alive.  Recently, in my packing to move and simplify … Continue reading

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The Coach with the Shiniest Shoes-Tribute to Dad


They call him “Coach”, and when it comes to coaching, he’s certainly one of the best and most respected in Wisconsin basketball history.  Making significant contributions through his playing and coaching career, his greatest thrill came with his 1971 State … Continue reading

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Multiplying My Time


Time always seems to be at a premium. Have you ever wished you could just stop the clock or add more hours to the day? Over the years, I have had to learn to multiply my time as a leader. … Continue reading

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