4 Ways to Develop the Leaders of Your Movement or Business

Many people may not think that there are similarities between business and political movements but, to the contrary, forming and maintaining a movement is remarkably similar to developing and sustaining a business. In either case, leaders and managers are definitely not the same. Whilst a manager must lead (alongside many other accountable tasks and responsibilities), other people who are not in the managerial structure of the organization are not always given the opportunity to show their leadership skills.… [Read more]

That Time Elizabeth Warren Reminded Us What Leadership Looks Like

By now you’ve heard of the 21st Century Cures Act. It’s a 996-page healthcare bill that passed through the House and the Senate in a landslide vote of 392-26 and 94-5 respectively. For those of us not following every little movement in Washington, it feels like the first bipartisan supported bill in ages. President Obama has already pledged to sign it into law.… [Read more]

President Obama Helps Disaster Victims While Romney Takes Cheap Shots

In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, the contrast is striking. On the one hand, we have a President who’s cancelled campaign stops, and who’s calling on donations to the American Red Cross instead of his campaign. As reported by the Huffington Post: “On the campaign side, Obama halted his flood of fundraising emails on Sunday, and the campaign is now using its Twitter, Facebook and campaign pages to instead urge donations to the Red Cross storm relief.[Read more]

False Narrative: The GOP Primaries

I’m so grateful for the moment I realized the relationship between information, perspective, and context.  And how, in the absence of information, perspective is conveniently tilted toward the strongest, bestowing upon the most powerful, the most favor. For example, one could argue that it is within this context that Christopher Columbus is still credited with “discovering” America.… [Read more]