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Who is your favorite historical character, and why?
General Colin Powell. I don’t have a military background, but I have heard him speak on several occasions. I’ve read his books and seen his presentation called “A Leadership Primer.” Although it is clearly military-based, he’s got great suggestions for business. One of his quotes I like is, “Don’t be afraid to challenge the pros, even in their own backyard.”
What’s on our reading list?
My daughter is a library professional and my wife is a consumer of books. I read everything online. I read periodicals, anything that has to do with leadership, culture change, team building or business growth… and sports.
What would people be surprised to learn about you?
People who know me know this already. People who don’t know me may not have any clue. I have ridden a bicycle almost all the way across the United States, one state at a time. I have two or three states still left on the East Coast. There’s nothing more eye-opening than noticing every little thing you’re passing. It’s a great way to think.
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