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10 Leadership Lessons I Learned at West Point (Part 2)

The United States Military Academy at West Point has produced some of the United States’ finest leaders. From President’s Ulysses Grant and Dwight Eisenhower to General’s Douglass MacArthur and George Patton, every graduate experiences a formal four year leader development process that is designed to yield principled centered leaders of character. 891 more words


Decision Quality: Using Simple Tools to Overcome Complex Issues

October was filled with great Round Table Meetings and our Quarterly Kalamazoo Leadership Event featuring speaker Bill Beck. The topic we focused on for the month was: Decision Quality: Using Simple Tools to Overcome Complex Issues. 1,689 more words

Come fly with me.

As part of this diary to self ‘project’ I have a couple of rules. One of them is how I determine when to write a new blog. 1,504 more words


A Beautiful Mind

Did you workout at all this week? Did you at least think about working out? How about working out your mind? SAY WHAT?

This week I spent some time in Ephesians 6:11-17 which references the “armor of God”. 375 more words

Prioritize Your Priorities

Managing your life’s activities and consequently how you spend your valuable time is controlled by no one other than yourself.

Of course, its easy to let circumstances overcome… 123 more words


How to Easily Split the Bill

Imagine an idyllic scene where you and a few good friends go out to dinner for fondue. There are laughs, good memories shared, the food is delicious, and the wine is flowing. 679 more words

Personal Finance

IN the past few weeks, I have been busy with a special kind of  prepping, with love and FOR love, definitely. What I just realized tonight, as I take time off from my special prepping, is that anyone seriously on the same page as I am, when it comes to Team SUSIE, is bound to undergo major changes in perception, attitude, and lifestyle. 163 more words