Are You Asking Questions?

Are You Asking Questions?

One of my favorite “breakthrough” experiences from the research for the book A Nation Reclaims Respect is the concept of interrogative influence. It is the brilliant use of questions—rather than barking orders—to help your friends, relatives, coworkers, and...
United in Respect

United in Respect

In my book A Nation Reclaims Respect, I shared a message from Abraham Lincoln to the nation. In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed March 30 to be a national day of fasting, humility, and prayer. He declared: “We have been the recipients of the choicest...
The Fruit of Respect

The Fruit of Respect

Respect is powerful. When it becomes your posture, it defines you. Respect is a cultural issue. If you have it, you likely caught it from someone else. It becomes part of your DNA. If you lose respect, you become less human. If many people lose it, the nation moves...
Are You Lost?

Are You Lost?

Have you ever been lost? When I was young, my dad bought me a bow. We’d travel to northern Michigan, and I would hunt with my dad. As I got older, he let me go out by myself. I headed toward an area where I thought there might be some deer. We agreed to meet back at...
Are You Asking Questions?

Be Careful; It’s Contagious

While writing the book A Nation Reclaims Respect, I discovered: Respect is contagious. It is caught more than taught. My hope is that this book will challenge your values—what you think is important—and help you define your priorities in a way that benefits you and...

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