Tag Archives: Credibility

Galatian Credibility

Galatian Credibilityby Michael DoyleIn our leadership and our abilityTo lead is limited to our credibilityThis is something important to knowIf we are are to keep our ability to growCalled to lead in our capacityCalled to display this sensibilityIntegrity is the … Continue reading

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The Rise and Fall of Richard Nixon

American history continues: The Rise and Fall of Richard Nixon by Michael Doyle Richard Nixon was a non-charming and awkward leader But then again to the astute among history readers His reappraisal warrants much for our consideration Hard born and … Continue reading

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Put Quite Simply

Sometimes mistakes, even huge mistakes happen.  I think this has lately become a sticking point to and for me.  I will never be perfect and sometimes am in need of forgiveness.  Doesn’t mean I don’t regret my errors.  It means … Continue reading

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First Principles: To Have A Reputation for Weakness Destroys A Nation’s Credibility

“There is a rank due to the United States, among nations, which will be withheld, if not absolutely lost, by the reputation of weakness.” – George Washington, Fifth Annual Message, 1793      

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Thorny Logic

Thorny Logic by Michael Romani There is a thorny logic of contortion Of how we approach art in its distortion It’s a shell game we call respect As we arbitrarily choose favor or neglect In a world where street creds … Continue reading

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