Posts Tagged: fathers

Our Future Success Depends on Creating a New Model

This blog is co-authored with Mark Herbert a corporate management and executive coach with more than 30 years experience in helping businesses become leaders in their field. In my dream the angel shrugged and said, “this time if we fail it will be a failure of imagination,” and then she gently placed the world in… Read more »

Finger Pointers Need to Look in the Mirror

How many times have we been in situations where we think, “if this person would just . . .” It doesn’t matter if it is a coworker or a spouse we know the issue at hand could be easily addressed if the other party would just do something different. Our frustration rises as we look… Read more »

Father’s Day

Father’s Day has become a bittersweet holiday since I lost my father. I’m a father myself, so we still celebrate with dinners and gifts and our own family circle of love; but for the child in me, there will always be someone missing. My dad skipped college to join the Army as World War II… Read more »