This week’s post is a bit unusual for me–not that there are no lessons to be learned or perspectives to share; rather, it is unusual that I would write what is essentially a movie review an a blog article. Today, though, we saw the movie “The Glass Castle” and I feel that it warrants discussion or, at least, introspection.
This evening’s post is meant as a thought generator.
One of the things that makes us who we are is that we all see the world through our own lens, shaped and colored by the environment around us, how we developed as we grew, what we did, and many other variables. Even in the case of identical twins, each human being has their own set of experiences that, in turn, influence how they view themselves and the things around them.
CDR Carl B. Forkner, Ph.D., USN(Ret) Perhaps the most challenging part of a military career—other than that first few weeks at Basic Training or OCS—is the preparation for and execution of your transition from the military to the civilian world. There are many public and private sector resources available to you to assist with your […]
Perhaps the most challenging part of a military career—other than that first few weeks at Basic Training or OCS—is the preparation for and execution of your transition from the military to the civilian world. There are many public and private sector resources available to you to assist with your transition… FEAR NOT! There is help!
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You may know Dr. Mikel J. Harry as the co-founder and principal architect of Six Sigma, leader of the Six Sigma Management Institute, professor and benefactor to Arizona State University, and other achievements. But it is not often in this world that you may get to know someone who is a servant leader, an accomplished Marine, a brilliant and innovative mind that transcends international boundaries, a man of God, and a great human being down to their large heart. I have been fortunate to know but a few people in my lifetime that filled–or even came close to–this set of extraordinary traits together… Continue reading “In Memory of a Great Mentor — and even Better Human Being”→
This article is cross-posted from my Veterans Blog to recognize the service and sacrifice of the brave men who turned the tide in the Pacific 75 years ago and those who turned the tide in Europe 73 years ago.
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