I like talking to interesting people who are living INPowered lives. Consistent with the ProgressiCon.US way, they also demonstrate a Spirit of Leading that is service oriented, self-less, and sincere. They come from all walks of life and all generations. They are the doers who simply look for ways to improve their surroundings and impact the lives of all they touch as a result.

The Spirit of Leading podcast will help you find ways to get the most out of your current circumstances as you practice living INPowered in every aspect of your life: at home, at work, and in your community.

060: The truth about horizons and heavens
060: The truth about horizons and heavens

Relative truth is what we experience as truth as we observe it. Each of us has a vantage point (perspective). Imagine standing still near a railroad track. A speeding train approaches and starts to sound its horn. At first, the pitch of the horn is low,...

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059: Practical idealism
059: Practical idealism

Are idealists merely dreamers, hoping for pie in the sky? Do hardnosed pragmatists always have to win out with their winner-take-all attitude? In this installment of The Spirit of Leading podcast I take the position that idealism has a very practical...

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058: the Language of Leadership
058: the Language of Leadership

Given the current political climate in the United States, political discourse, and the way politicians speak and act, has risen to the front of public consciousness. We seem to be at a loss of how to respond to this language of belittlement, alternate...

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056: A nation of laws. Is it enough?
056: A nation of laws. Is it enough?

We pride ourselves in the United States as being a nation of laws. We are not an authoritarian state run by a strong man or a dictator. We do not settle our differences at the end of our fists or by shooting it out in the streets between waring factions....

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051: We the people
051: We the people

In this episode of the Spirit of Leading podcast, I comment on what I believe are the three most important words of the U.S. Constitution. They form the premise of why we have the constitution. Our elected leaders, uniformed military, and naturalized...

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050: I’m a ProgressiCon
050: I’m a ProgressiCon

I am among the majority of Americans who are becoming increasingly more unsettled over the negative tone of political discourse. According to a Pew Research Center report (link below), 61% of Americans say respectful discourse is very important, but only...

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