"Punctuality is one of the cardinal business virtues: always insist on it in your subordinates."
— Don Marquis

The Dangers of Being a “Book-CEO”

So, I see this “Suggested Post” (read: advertisement) on Facebook. See the image below for reference. First off, I question the validity of their opening statement. There is absolutely zero chance of the average CEO reading 60 business books a year. That’s not a CEO – that’s a professional book reader. Second, I have worked …

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Interviewed About “Joes” from AwesomeGang

I recently took part in this interview from the cool folks at AwesomeGang. Thought I’d share it here as well.

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Joes: The Cold War Diaries, Volume 1

After a fairly lengthy period of writing, editing, reflecting, and rinsing/repeating, I am pleased to announce the publication of my new book, Joes: The Cold War Diaries, Volume 1! It is a collection of humorous bite-sized stories from my time serving in the United States Army during the late 1980s (Cold War). From the book promo: What …

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The War That Never Was

The War That Never Was

I penned an article for LariatAdvance.com, an online community for Cold War military veterans. It describes a bit about what it was like to be stationed in a forward-deployed armor (tank) battalion in West Germany during the Cold War. Hope you all enjoy it! Click here to read: The War That Never Was Cheers.