Three Historical Faces of Peyton Manning

My upcoming Leadership Now Workshop on Peyton Manning, quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts will feature a very unusual look at history. This might intrigue you. I’m not referring to either sports or the current/present status of the subject matter. I’m planning on exploring history in three different forms. The first form will be the fresh history of the topic itself—the injury to Manning. … [Read more...]

Ceaselessly Amazed: Update on the Reagan Seminar

I never fail to be amazed by history. In doing the research for my upcoming public seminar on Ronald Reagan, the Challenger speech, and the leadership of tragedy, I've discovered several powerful elements to the story that are entirely ignored in either the retelling or the memory of the event. Here are a couple of examples of what I mean. First, Reagan's speech on January 28,1986 was the second … [Read more...]