Defy Expectations

There is a tangible power in defying expectations. Knowing what your adversary expects or has become used to, will allow you, when the moment is right, to create or exploit the circumstances to surprise them. Knock them off balance or set them back on their heels. When possible, calculate this approach in a way that... Continue Reading →

Leaders do not fear monger. Leaders inform and educate to conquer fear instead of creating it. Those who attempt to win you over by fear only feint leadership.

Leadership, a Possibility Space

Everything is a possibility space. Every moment is potential. All that waits is your moment of decision. A binary moment of yes or no. Left or right. Up or down. On or off. From each, an ever-increasing cascade of events will unfold before you, unseen, unknown and infinite. "Many of these networks exist in space,... Continue Reading →

Grand Strategies in War and Leadership

A grand strategy will guide and prepare you in the pursuit of your vision; making you the agent of bad things that happen to you. Prudence, wiser policies and greater vision will aid in keeping failure away. When it does go wrong, look deeply into yourself; without emotion, guilt or blame. With this introspection, you... Continue Reading →

Leadership Is Hard. But Does It Have To Be?

Tribes. By Seth Godin "Discomfort Leadership is scarce because few people are willing to go through the discomfort required to lead. This scarcity makes leadership valuable. If everyone tries to lead all the time, not much happens. It's discomfort that creates the leverage that makes leadership worthwhile. In other words, if everyone could do it,... Continue Reading →

Choose, and Find the Way

There will be no heroes to save you. No aliens to come from the sky with the answers. There will only be you. Will you choose to lead others to save your world?     I will either find a way or make one. Hannibal of Carthage  

Burn the Self Help Books.

The traditional leadership industry (probably unknown to itself) feeds a false hope because they make leadership seem easy on the surface and easily reductive in formulation and application. Those stalwarts and legacy academics of the industry seldom, if ever impress upon their readers and listeners just how much hard work good leadership really requires.  

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