Some wise person once said that we can live about forty days without food, about three days without water, about eight minutes without air—but not a single second without hope. And that is why . . .
- the greatest gift leaders can give their people—hope.
- the greatest gift parents can give their children—hope.
- the greatest gift teachers can give their students—hope.
- the greatest gift coaches can give their athletes—hope.
It’s also why . . . Continue reading
Some conversations change your life. You just don’t expect them to be with one of your kids.
Several years ago, my daughter, Leslie, came home from school and said, “Dad, I have to write a paper on a leader.”
“Yeah?” I said.
“I picked you, and the teacher said it was okay,” she said.
“Yeah . . .” I said, growing wary.
Without hesitating, she laid it out before me. “I have twenty questions. This is going to be at least a two-hour interview, and you have to answer them all honestly.”