Category Archives: leadership

What A Contrast!

  The Bidens have brought some “normalcy” back to Washington. Messrs. Biden and Trump have opposite leadership styles: Biden a career politician for 46 years, of which 36 were in the US Senate, whereas Trump a businessman and an outsider … Continue reading

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Holding My Breath

  Many changes are coming on the Biden administration‘s 2nd day. A record breaking of 17 Executive Orders were signed by President Biden in his first two days in the White House.  MarketWatch has nicely summarized these EOs as well … Continue reading

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No Self Exists Without Others

  Without others’ feedback, our identities do not exist. Meaning the I, myself, and me constructs do not survive in a vacuum. Or rather, they are meaningless in solo. This aphorism is most acute during the Coronavirus pandemic. Our interdependencies … Continue reading

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Progress Report On 2021

  Second week in January 2021.  Whoever thought the new year would be better than the last, they may be disappointed.  The Coronavirus is relentless and tearing through the roof.  New mutation is speeding up the infection rate while the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Jan 2021

As bad as the news on Coronavirus ravaging the country, hard to believe something else could supersede it. Well something did. Calling it “a sad day in America,” our degenerative, polarized political free-for-all behaviors got to an ugly outcome this … Continue reading

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Is Demanding Loyalty Appropriate?

  The short answer to the question is no. It is never appropriate to demand loyalty in the workplace, at home or elsewhere.  Why not? Because loyalty is a two way street between partners whether employer-employee, boss-subordinate, husband-wife, etc. It … Continue reading

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Trump Concedes

  A deliverance for rest of us?  With 12 days left in the White House, Mr. Trump has demonstrated there is a red line that should not be crossed even for the president of the United States. Let’s see: The … Continue reading

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Separation Of Powers

  All eyes are on today’s Georgia senatorial run-off, except mine.  Either way, President-elect Biden will have challenges in unifying the country.  The certification of the electoral college vote is a case in point.  A formality per the Constitution is … Continue reading

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Unfinished Business?

  Coming near the end of year, with less than just a little over a day time left in 2020, most major projects would have to wait.  That is except the 2021 Defense Spending Bill that Mr. Trump veto’ed. The … Continue reading

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Washington Politics

  With less than one month in the office, Mr. Trump has determined to go out in style.  His style.  Today, he veto the 2021 National Defense Bill and along with it the Covid-19 relief package which was painstakingly negotiated … Continue reading

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