I was recently speaking at a conference regarding our vision as it applies to self, your business, and your community. This presentation was for middle level managers.  As I completed my speaking engagement, I was approached by a middle aged man. This man looked tired, he spoke with a low voice. […]

I believe that God gave us the vision of Curing-the-Culture at the perfect time. At this point we must gather together and show love first. Then, we need to look at simple research such as the recent study noted in the Washington Post showing that the majority of states are […]

  Recent events have convinced me that our culture needs curing now more than ever. Social media explodes with garbage from politics to devastating news of mass shootings. The church has lost its voice as the media has turned religion into another battle to fight. Where do we as families […]

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Every space has a culture or a feeling that surrounds it. It is a deep, gut feeling that you have when you walk into a space, a place of business, someone’s home, a church, a school, etc. That culture makes you have a feeling about that place. Who’s responsible for […]

#curingtheculture If you are reading this book you are already a great leader. Maybe you purchased this book because you are a friend of ours, or maybe you bought the book because you have been following us on social media. Maybe you bought the book at one of our events, […]

  It has been an amazing year! One year ago on November 26th, 2014, we launched CuringtheCulture and it has been amazing. This vision is one of developing servant leadership through people and program development. It has been awesome hearing people use the phrase “Curing the Culture.” My good friends […]

As parents, we work very hard trying to ensure that our kids are perfect. Sometimes I question whether I do that for them, or to avoid embarrassment for myself! This week alone, one of my kids made a 67/F on a science test, another one rolled the window down in […]

  Someone recently asked me about keeping a company’s culture positive while also holding people accountable for results. It was a great question and I had to think for a moment about how to give a response that would not be taken in a negative way. The more I thought […]