Life Lessons From The TV Series Smallville

Growing up, I was a huge Superman fan — just as I’ve long been a fan of science fiction, fantasy, and superheroes in general. So, when Smallville aired for the first time in 2001, I should’ve been glued to the TV. But…I wasn’t. For whatever reason, I ignored the series for years. And then, sometime […]

Whatever Happened to Personal Responsibility?

Recently, a Pittsburgh teenager crossed a street while playing our society’s latest obsession Pokemon Go. Unfortunately, she didn’t look both ways (as most parents teach their kids) and was hit by a car. And who does she blame? Herself? Not a chance. She blames the makers of Pokemon Go. Oh, and her mom does too! […]

5 Reasons Why George Washington Was a Great Leader

George Washington was the most beloved American of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and is still regarded as one of our greatest leaders. There were specific qualities that defined Washington and that enabled him to become such a monumental figure in not only American, but also world history. What made George Washington a […]

Leadership Characteristics: Learn to Accept Correction if you want to be a Good Leader

One of the most important leadership characteristics is the willingness to accept correction. Solomon, the great Israelite king, said as much when he wrote: “Whoever loves instruction loves knowledge, but he who hates correction is stupid” (Proverbs 12:1). Truer words cannot be spoken. The acquisition of knowledge requires humility, the desire to learn, and the […]

America’s Greatest Leader Dies…216 Years Ago Today

Two hundred sixteen years ago today (December 14), George Washington breathed his last breaths and slipped into eternity. The death of George Washington marked the passing of America’s greatest leader – then and since. To be sure, our nation has been blessed with wonderful leaders, including several of Washington’s contemporaries (the men we know as […]