By our baptism we are called to lead.  We are called to bring the influence of Christ into our families, into our relationships, and into our world.  ...View Details

When all things are said and done, the goal of leadership ought to be simple.  Thomas Aquinas provides us with a wonderful summary in chapter sixteen ...View Details

In business as in life, success is largely a function of focus.  Knowing what our priorities are allows us to hit them correctly allows us to be succe...View Details

We all know the temptation to glory, power, and fame.  We all know the power of its allure and how desirable it seems to be.  So what’s the downside? ...View Details

Choosing to lead is choosing a kind of solitude, a way of life that few people understand.  Leadership has its own crosses and its own blessings, and ...View Details

For all the effort that goes into leadership what shall be our reward?  Afterall considering all the things that we sacrifice and do in order to make ...View Details

In Chapter 9 of De Regno, Thomas Aquinas makes a startling discovery.  He speaks about the reward that God is offering for the leader.  And he ends by...View Details

Without a doubt our life as leaders can propose challenges.  And yet, what is its reward?  What are we in this for after all?  And as a Christian lead...View Details

Everybody is tempted sometimes to question the value of leading by virtue.  Afterall, wouldn’t we make more money, be more profitable, find power quic...View Details

When I first began these leadership lessons on De Regno by Aquinas, I never anticipated finding some of the greatest jewels about leadership in the ch...View Details

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