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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...

You may have heard the phrase, "ignorance is not bliss," and this is especially true when it comes to your health.In his latest, Moment of Clarity segment, Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, gives personal insight gained from his own health challenges. The "I'd rather...

“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...

In his latest Moment of Clarity, Charlie examines and reflects on the phrase "you gotta cultivate some grit" in your life. What does this mean and how is this reflected?Charlie relates that the key to creating grit is, in a word, persistence. No matter the...

How can you have agency over your life? What do you need to focus on and how do you take control? In his latest "Moment of Clarity," Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, highlights that it starts with the little things like creating a healthy sleep...

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...

In his latest "Moment of Clarity" installment, Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, comes to us straight from the pool. Not one to let a moment go to waste, he shares his reflections on his swimming journey, from barely swimming a lap, to swimming miles in...

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...