A good friend of mine once said a good leader should be a springboard, not a lid. He’s right. And it’s been the foundation of my leadership career ever since. I don’t always get it right, but I always try.
“Launch: Becoming a Springboard Leader” is moving on to the editing phase!
I’ve noticed a trend that started way back in the “before time” pre-Covid. But it’s become far more prevalent now and businesses haven’t really caught up yet.
Have you ever stopped to consider the trajectory your life has taken? All of the minute decisions that have brought you to the precipice of now? For some, it’s a fairly regular experience. For others, it might never have occurred to you to take stock of at all.
We sit down periodically and discuss all things related to tabletop games. We get into game theory, worldbuilding, improvisation, personality types, strategy, personal therapy, and more on a regular basis. This is our attempt to capture some of those moments and pass them on to others.
Talking new and exciting things coming down the road for Despised Samaritan.
Friends! It’s been awhile since I last shared anything with you. Well, don’t worry, we’ll have plenty of new news to share soon. But today, I wanted to simply leave you with this. In a word full of brokenness, heavy hearts, endless struggle, war, politics, and injustice… remember to pray for people and not against […]
How was this possible? The northern states were far more populous- at least in terms of those eligible to vote. But remember at that point, the criteria for eligibility was white, male landowners. But they wanted to have something available in the system to account for total population- women, children, ….and slaves.
I am not offering this list as any definitive “you should absolutely add this to your reading/listening/watching”. But I thought I would share with you all the resources I’ve been working through to gain a better understanding of the past, present, and future of us as a people, as Americans, and specifically of systematic, unwarranted, invisible white privilege.
It’s no wonder so many always wants to go back to “the good ol’ days”, because when we have it great, and we’re the ones riding high on power and wealth, the only things we see through our rose-tinted-backward-facing lenses are the high points. Not the individuals or people groups whose lives were destroyed to get there.