Could this be me in twenty-five years?
Seeing beyond stereotypes.
We are living in challenging times, indeed, but never let your character become a casualty of its existence.
Knowing when it’s time to move on . . .
If there is one thing I’ve learned about human nature, it’s that we’re often our own worst enemy.
The Christmas Jerk. The guy you don’t want to become. The intolerant, unpleasant person who hates everything the holidays are supposed to represent.
For the first time since I can remember voting, I’ll be forced to pick based on who’ll screw up the oval office the least.
Andrew Books shares valuable lessons from the war miniseries, “Band Of Brothers”.
The special contribution that we give unselfishly of ourselves to make the difference in somebody else’s life. For Tom it is the gift of remembrance.
I thought my journey earnestly began on the day I married my wife back in 1993. It turns out I was wrong.
“It’s not the bold, outstanding, in-your-face examples of leadership that exemplify character. It’s the everyday efforts to be a leader in all walks of life.”
-Brandon Books, Leader In Training
“It is one of the blessings of old friends that you can afford to be stupid with them.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
As a parent, it’s hard to see your child fail. But remember, failing is a necessary part of their growth.
Time is running out for many of these vets to be able to visit the memorial that honors their service.
Is failure better than not trying? Andrew Books, father of a high school wrestler, shares how losses teach as much, or more than, wins.