Several months ago my daughter, Catherine, decided to play dodgeball during lunch with several students from her seventh grade class. Knowing she was a stellar athlete, one of the boys in her class chose her to be on his team with his second selection. She beamed with confidence and dominated the game. How do I…
Is a “fair deal” really worth the effort? Are you willing to sacrifice in one area to hold your head high in another? Here’s how it played out for me.
With these two 3-minute conversations, my dad made a man out of a young boy. He gave me the confidence to be a man.
Honesty is fundamental for building trust. This story from my recent experience shows how lack of one leads to ruining the other.
Brutal honesty, communicated with charity, is one of the most powerful leadership — and life — tools available.
Without a doubt, my Catholic faith has shaped my leadership, especially in the area of human dignity and treating my position as a great responsibility.
How do you discover the true joy of giving? Looking beyond writing the check for the tax break into what really matters and will make a difference.
I recently posed a question to the daviddewolf.com community: “In your opinion, what is the one word that describes the most important trait of a leader”? Here are the results:
It’s OK to walk away from a prospect. Revenue is not the king it’s made out to be. Here are 3 reasons why every business should say no to a new client: The client or the solution required to serve the client does not fall within your strategic envelope. Remember, focus is all about saying…
America has reached a level of divisiveness that is simply unhealthy. Politicians, the media, and everyday citizens of both political affiliations are to blame. We have forgotten what it means to work together; our country is being torn apart. We have mistaken political positions and party lines for moral principles. Only the latter can not…