Category Archives: Lead Courageously

#MedalofHonorDay


National Medal of Honor Day on March 25 is dedicated to all Medal of Honor recipients. National Day Calendar says this: “Created in 1861, the Medal of Honor is the United States of America’s highest military honor. It is awarded … Continue reading

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Seven Benefits of Saying “No”


Do you ever have a hard time saying “No”.  I do. I fear missing out on an opportunity or disappointing people. However, saying “No” does not have to be a negative. There are many positive reasons to use that short … Continue reading

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Freedom


Today we celebrate freedom in the United States. We like freedom. Freedom is great! Many have given their lives to protect our freedom for which I am grateful. I did a quick search on books about freedom, and there is a … Continue reading

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7 Ways Being a Wandering Photographer Helped Shape Me into a Leader, Part Two


This is the second half of a guest post by Mick Haupt. He is a photographer and graphic designer, and has worked with Cru for 25 years. Mick is a foodie, a cyclist, and family man with two uncontrollable boys. Check out … Continue reading

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7 Ways Being a Wandering Photographer Helped Shape Me into a Leader, Part One


This is part 1 of a Guest Post by Mick Haupt. He has amazing insights into leadership and being human that apply to all of us. Mick Haupt is a photographer and graphic designer, and has worked with Cru for 25 … Continue reading

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