Oprah? Really? Didn’t we just do this?

C7442E41-8D13-4F77-A418-F562FC231D36I’m hearing all over the news today about Oprah Winfrey possibly running for President.  Really?  I guess anybody can try this job.  Haven’t we learned anything?  Isn’t it time to take this job seriously again?  It’s no secret that Trump is having a rough go.  I mean c’mon.  President of the United States, no experience needed, just a desire to do it and money.  What other organization can a person run without any experience, better than a qualified person with experience?  McDonalds? Nope.  Trash Man? Nope …

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Mr. Trump taught us a few things about leadership and goal setting.

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You may have voted for Donald Trump. You may not have. It doesn’t matter at this point, it’s all over and we must stay united. I did not vote for either major party candidate. Having said that, I am not in alignment with those who think the country is doomed, nor do I think America will suddenly become “great again”. I am going to trust God and allow Him to work through our government officials. In short, I have a “wait and see” attitude.

This article is about what I learned from the election. Specifically, what I learned from Mr. Trump. As students of leadership, we should take every opportunity to learn from every situation. His team accomplished what was seemingly impossible. He will be sworn in as President of the United States, without ever having served in public office or in the military. No one has ever done that before. At the beginning, hardly anyone gave Mr. Trump a chance. He’s a billionaire businessman and a celebrity! It was a joke, yet he managed to pull it off. And he didn’t just barely win, he won big, against one of the most famous and well established politicians alive today. What was his secret? There are 6 key takeaways that every leader should pay attention to: Continue reading “Mr. Trump taught us a few things about leadership and goal setting.”