Tom Parrish

Editorials

The Power of Leadership

In a leadership role you probably have more power than you realize. So use it judiciously. Heed President Teddy Roosevelt’s…

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Book Reviews

The Breakdown of Higher Education – John M. Ellis – 2020

If the topic of education is high on your agenda this should be on your must-read list. I was quite…

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Editorials

Leaders Work Together, Build Trust

Trust is the most basic building block of successful relationships. In a trusting environment you   have a greater potential to…

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Book Reviews

The Spy and the Traitor: The Greatest Espionage Story of the Cold War – Ben Macintyre – 2018

Follow cold war KGB agent Oleg Gordievsky recruited by MI6 British intelligence who spied for more than a decade revealing…

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Editorials

Trust your instincts, even on big decisions

Instincts begin to develop at an early age. If you trip and fall, you learn to look where you are…

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Book Reviews

Fortitude: American Resilience in the Era of Outrage – Dan Crenshaw – 2020

This is the most inspiring book I have read in a long time. Crenshaw is a Navy Seal who is…

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Book Reviews

The Forgotten Depression: 1921 – The Crash that Cured Itself – James Grant – 2014

The title says it all. In 1920-21 the nations output declined 23.9%, unemployment hit 19% and commercial and financial disruption…

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Book Reviews

The Hundred-Year Marathon – Michael Pillsbury – 2016

This book will accelerate your concerns about China’s influence throughout the world. You won’t look at China the same way…

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Editorials

Tips for leading in uncertain times

This is one of the most unusual times of our lives. And now is when leaders should step up like…

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Why don’t you ask more questions?

When interviewing potential team members the trait of curiosity was always near the top of my list. Why? Curious individuals…

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