Answering the Call of Leadership

Answering the Call of Leadership

When the call of leadership comes, what will you do? Often what makes leaders stand out are not the great deeds but the small acts.  Many of these actions may even go unnoticed by most.  But cumulatively they demonstrate where the leader’s heart lies, and they build the kind of loyalty that makes teams strong […]

Leadership Lessons Learned from Lost Luggage

lost luggage leadership

Sometimes the simplest of actions can have far-reaching impact.  When the unexpected happened during our fall camp out, one Scout was left without the clothing he needed to keep warm.  But with the help of friends and the kind act of a stranger, not only did he make it through the weekend, we all learned […]

How to be Humble

How to be Humble

Early in his life, Benjamin Franklin fell into conversation with a friend of his. As Franklin retells the story in his autobiography, “a Quaker Friend…kindly inform’d me that I was generally thought proud.” The Friend went on to describe Franklin’s behavior as insolent and overbearing. And he said that in conversation, being merely being right about […]