Leadership

Getting started is often the hardest part of any challenge you undertake. In his latest Moment of Clarity Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, talks about overcoming the hardest part, a process he calls Overcoming The Inertia.How do you get started? What steps, how big should...

Charlie is back with another Two-Minute Takeaway! In life, do you follow your big dreams and take a risk or do you play it safer by staying home and tending to your flock?This is the essential dilemma the main character faces in The Alchemist by...

There is no question that today we are more polarized than ever. Social media has "given" everyone a platform and a voice, but it has created this need for everyone to always be right. This phenomenon has transcended into our personal lives, making it difficult...

In this excerpt from a recent leadership training, Charlie relays a personal story showing first hand how easy it is to get caught in a negative feedback loop. Just a few things don't go your way and bam, your judgement is cloudy and your emotions...

In his latest Moment of Clarity, Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, pays tribute to his late friend Del Pickney and a valuable leadership lesson he passed along. He called it "The FTO Quarter Step" and for those who don't know FTO stands for Field Training...

"I.Q. gets you into the dance, but E.Q. gets you on the dance floor." In his latest Moment of Clarity, Chief Leadership Founder, Charlie Celano, reflects on what's more important your I.Q. or your E.Q.?You need both, but how does your E.Q. impact the leader...

“Sir, can you please grab that last package for me? I can’t reach it.” This sweet little woman in her mid-70’s, clad in her house dress and slippers, stood a foot shorter than me. Clearly, she was not used to braving the crowds at Walmart...

Are you the kind of person who says hi or good morning to those you pass when you're out for a walk or run? Well Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, is this type of person and he joins us after his morning run for this...

I was pretty excited to start the new shift. Sure, it was graveyards, but I was a fairly new sergeant, and I knew the patrol team was full of hard-charging young officers who were eager to work. A dramatic turn from the day shift malaise...

It was a good Saturday morning so far. I was a fairly new Lieutenant Watch Commander, working weekend, dayshift. I just finished having breakfast with the sergeant at the local greasy spoon. A big fat breakfast burrito was sitting in my gut after being washed...