Tagged: Military

Physical Rejuvenation: Week One


I learned early in my career that progress and personal development rely heavily on self-evaluation and willful action, but in the Spring of 2008 when I shed my military uniform and began my lengthy transformation from Soldier to civilian, I couldn’t begin to understand how muddy that process could be upon assimilation. Continue reading


The Work of Leadership Development


In my experience leadership is an abused word.

Everyone wants to be a leader, but very few people have a true understanding of what that word entails.   Continue reading

The Brotherhood: Inter-Generational Reflections on Basic Training


Every once in a while I go through spells where I have trouble sleeping at night.  Kind of like mini-seasons of my life where sleep is just fleeting; but only for a couple of weeks. Continue reading