A leadership conversation with Speaker, Life Coach, Rachelle Sylvain Spence in Weston, FL.


I spent this Friday morning asking questions, listening, talking with my new friend Rachelle Sylvain Spence, in Weston, Florida. We spoke for two hours about her leadership skills, life issues, vision, mission, and speaking ability. I left her deeply impressed by her inner purpose to touch and impact other people’s lives. It was fun. RachelleContinue reading “A leadership conversation with Speaker, Life Coach, Rachelle Sylvain Spence in Weston, FL.”

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Leadership, Happiness, New You, New Year!


I wish you a Happy New You. First, a New You in charge of your fitness, health, and well-being. A New You in charge of your success as well as your failure.A New You who is in charge to better yourself by setting specific goals and acting in such a way for those goals to becomeContinue reading “Leadership, Happiness, New You, New Year!”

Leadership education, learning and the intellect: some thoughts from Arnold Toynbee & Daisaku Ikedda


Thanks to my friend Frantz Rimpel who gave me this book as a gift three years ago, I woke up this morning re-reading “Choose Life, A dialogue” between historian Arnold Toynbee and Buddhist lay organization leader Daisaku Ikeda. This book, published in 1972, is a record of Toynbee & Ikeda’s views on critical issues confronting humanity. The bookContinue reading “Leadership education, learning and the intellect: some thoughts from Arnold Toynbee & Daisaku Ikedda”

Leadership Pope Francis: a plain conflict agaisnt the status quo in the Vatican


Bestselling author Chris Brady defines leadership as a plain conflict against the status quo. This is  exactly what Pope Francis has been doing for the last three years. And he did it again last Monday of the Vatican bureaucracy. CNBC reported Francis’ Christmas greeting to the cardinals, bishops and priests who run the Holy SeeContinue reading “Leadership Pope Francis: a plain conflict agaisnt the status quo in the Vatican”

Leadership Malala: an example of dreams, struggle, victory for education


It is said time and time again that one person can make a difference. No matter your age, gender, circumstances, you can impact the lives of others, by having and living your dreams, facing adversity, and claiming your victory. The 2014 youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize co-winner Malala Yousafzai, a 17-year-old girl from Pakistan, resumesContinue reading “Leadership Malala: an example of dreams, struggle, victory for education”

Leadership Education: Take an honest look at your finances today


The Life Leadership corporate office just released a video promo of the Financial Fitness Pack (FFP). This  which is our # 1 best selling educational product. The Financial Fitness Pack teaches the principles behind the Offense, Defense, and Playing Field of personal finance. With a basic understanding of these three areas, which are rarely taughtContinue reading “Leadership Education: Take an honest look at your finances today”

Leadership, Ethics, and Money Production


New York Times bestselling author of And Justice For All, and  Guinness World Record Holder for largest book signing ever, Orrin Woodward,  just released a blog post on  the Cobden Centre’s Andy Duncan reviewing  Jorg Guido Hulsmann’s book The Ethics of Money Production. In Woodward’s opinion, the number one battle for freedom begins with checkingContinue reading “Leadership, Ethics, and Money Production”

Leadership in the ocean of life: drifters, surfers, drowners, and sailers!


What a great pleasure I had this last week end in Silver Spring, Maryland, to teach and to learn leadership and life issues with the Bread of Life Bible Fellowship Ministries led by Senior Pastor David Faustin and his spouse First Lady Yolaine Faustin and their outstanding team. I shared with them the following insight,Continue reading “Leadership in the ocean of life: drifters, surfers, drowners, and sailers!”

Leadership, Culture, & Values!


I am scheduled to speak this week-end at a leadership conference in Washington DC at a 100 + members faith-based organization. My core speech will be about leadership development, corporate culture, and values. My goal is to inspire members of this organization to engage themselves and other members in continuing self-directed leadership education, and toContinue reading “Leadership, Culture, & Values!”