What would you do if YOU were President? Listen to what some famous Americans put at the top of their list. What would you put at the top of yours?
What kind of leadership do we most need now? Diverse gatherings of Christians, Jews and Muslims spark hope as they name virtues and values we hold in common. Three major faiths work towards a common vision for our communities — and our nation.
Keep Your Head! King David demonstrates an essential virtue for leaders today: calmness. How do we stay upright when waves of criticism buffet us?
A Boston cabbie speaks the same truth we hear from King David: The most important aspect of being a leader is character. More than ideologies: DO THE RIGHT THING.
A previous video had the same image with a different video. This is the New & Improved TRUE STORY of 2 runners who found A Better Way to Win. Inspirational.
Two marathoners were matching each other stride for stride, mile after mile. For 2 hours they pounded the gray streets in matching rhythm, each hoping to win the first-ever London Marathon. But neither runner could shake the other. They approach the finish line. Who will win?
Dr. Anthony Fauci recently warned us to “hunker down” to make it through the winter. “Don’t try & look at the rosy side of things,” he said, “It’s depressing.” How do we get through that? King David and Thomas Aquinas recommend the “cardinal virtue” of Courage. Here’s what you and I can do.
A family that claims a principled vision for itself also says, “This is who we are and what we’re about. We live by values deeper than just being successful. We’re here to cultivate character in our members.” But families confront scores of terrible giants in the years they have together. What then?
When David went out to battle Goliath, he went out with more than just 5 rocks and his slingshot. He also stepped forward with a vision. He announced first that his vision was God-sized! – bigger than just his personal reputation or the army’s honor.
In the story of David and Goliath, one thing that tips the confrontation David’s way is David’s vision. David steps onto the battlefield with a clear vision of why he’s there. He’s not seeking personal glory or fame, and he’s aiming higher than improving the reputation of Israel’s army.