Leadership is broken because leaders are unbroken
When our three sons were growing up I loved our home. My wife created a beautiful atmosphere for all of us, and I valued every minute I could get with our family. Of course we all had to go our own way most days, but I liked it best when we were together sharing life. It’s still like that and more so with three daughters-in-law and eight grandchildren, even though we’re scatted across the US.
Somewhere along the line as our sons grew older, I started asking myself a question almost every day as I pulled into my garage.