Men must make a conscious decision to lead by example, not by anger and not by force.
You can live to accomplish your dreams or you can live to spark dreams in others.
One of the most frequent complaints that I hear about men is that they're irresponsible, only thinking about football and video games.
"A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd." —Max Lucado
In the end, it is not so important whether our decision was right or wrong... as long as it is ours.
Today I'd like to wrap up this series with a final thought on effective leadership that every man needs to know.
Imagine: you're training an elite workforce that has the potential to take your company to new heights. But you find out that one guy on the team is leaking confidential company information to your chief competitor. What do you do?
About a week ago I had an epiphany--one that I hope you'll find inspiring. In fact, I was so thrilled that I decided to dedicate the next three Manhood Monday posts around the topic of effective leadership with the goal of nurturing male leadership skills. The first principle I'd like to mention is: Speak a... Continue Reading →
A large part of manhood is leadership. Good leadership doesn't mean that you can boss everyone around but it does mean that you accept the responsibility of making the best choices possible, living with the consequences of your actions, and being an example for others to follow. While modern American society appears to have put... Continue Reading →