Monthly Archives: December 2014

Storytelling

A few days ago the Wildland Fire Leadership Development Program posted a question about storytelling on their Facebook page, and that kick started my thought process about the topic. Let me start off by saying I love good storytelling, especially … Continue reading

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Updates and musings on the year that’s been

Above:  Trail along Sawtooth Lake, Idaho It’s been a hell of a rough year for me.  I’ve shared some of it here on the blog, and some of it I’ve kept to myself.  I’ve had highs, lows, and some in-betweens. … Continue reading

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Depth of Field, or what I’ve learned about life and leadership from photography

Right, first an admission.  I actually haven’t learned all that much about life and leadership from my favorite hobby.  It did lend itself to a clever title however, and a slew of analogies and different ways of thinking about life … Continue reading

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Why Leadership?

As the year winds and grinds to a close, and I take the time to reflect on what has happened in my life these past 12 months, I thought it would be a good idea to explain a bit why leadership … Continue reading

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