It is a bit daunting to write an article with the title I just typed. It reminds me of those questions you get asked during ice breaker exercises or at dinner parties . . . “If you could take only five books to a desert island what would they be?” I’m not very good at […]
I first read See You at the Top (Zig Ziglar’s classic first book) over Christmas one year during college. I had heard of Zig, and checked out the book from the library. I took pages of notes since I couldn’t write in the book. I still have the notes. Soon after, I started listening to Zig’s […]
Steve Roesler is an award-winning writer and speaker on leadership, management, and career management topics and can be followed online at the popular All Things Workplace website. He has designed and delivered leadership and communication programs for some of the world’s largest organizations and has more than 30 years of contributing to speaking, professional development, […]
I am proud to be an American. And I’m never prouder than on this day – Constitution Day. 223 years ago today a group of American citizens ratified our Constitution. I am not a historian, and it has been awhile since have studied the process that lead to the creation of the U.S. Constitution (Here […]
Growing up I learned a song in Sunday school based on one of Jesus’ parables (Matthew 7:24-29). It is about two builders and where they chose to build.
The story (and song) goes that the wise man built his house upon the rock. The other builder built his house upon the sand. When the rains and winds came, as they always do, one house stayed strong, and the other did not.