On This Day in Leadership History, June 28, 2015

On this day in leadership history in 1911, Samuel J. Battle became the first African-American policeman in New York City. Racial milestones like Sam Battle lay the foundation for future leaders of all races to achieve their vision and goals. What may seem impossible for you today can very likely become possible tomorrow. Leaders—stay strong […]

Fantastic Article – “Discipline Breeds Success in Business and Leadership”

Outcomes are not about luck. As Jim Collins says: “Greatness is a matter of choice, not circumstance.” In the language of emotional intelligence, the concept of discipline involves exercising self-regulation in order to improve. It means consistently acting in alignment with your values, long-term goals and self-imposed performance standards, despite expedience or taking the easy […]

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Lee Shares Intimate Details about Guarding Your Character – See Inside

In this Leading with Honor excerpt, Lee shares some very intimate points about the leadership principle of “Guarding Your Character” – please read and share – “What causes one person to abandon his commitments even before he’s seriously tested, and another to keep his commitments nearly to the point of death? I’m quite certain both […]

On This Day in Leadership History, June 21, 2015

On this day in leadership history in 2004, SpaceShipOne, designed by Burt Rutan and piloted by Mike Melvill, reached 328,491 feet above Earth in a 90 minute flight. The height is about 400 feet above the distance scientists consider to be the boundary of space. Leaders—just when you think that a particular area of achievement […]