11 Lessons in Leadership From Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar always fascinated me because of the massive list of his accomplishments and his palpable charisma that still seems…

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The Trial & Execution of Charles I: Your Dignity is Non-Negotiable

One story that profoundly sticks to my mind and that I recall with reverence as I navigate this world is…

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Caesar: Life of a Colossus: Review

Gaius Julius Caesar was one of the most famous men to ever live. His is a name that demands instant…

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What Trump and Caesar Can Teach You About Brand Management

Much hysteria has been raised about Donald Trump’s use of his social media accounts, particularly his Twitter. Each tweet sends…

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Twenty Decisive Battles of the World: Review

Which battles of the world were the most decisive to history? Men are fascinated by battle. It at once conjures…

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What Does “Make America Great Again” Mean?

The beauty of the “Make America Great Again” slogan is that it’s a call to action (“make”) along with words…

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Knights in History and Legend: Review

The Knight is a romantic character that we all grew up with. As little boys, we aspired to be him.…

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National Glory, National Peril: The Story of Roman Globalization

The Roman Republic experienced its aristeia, its great moment of national glory, after emerging victorious from the Second Punic War,…

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A King in Queen’s Clothing: Elizabeth I at Tilbury

What is the true measure of good leadership? Is it intelligence? Is it the ability to negotiate, persuade, and cajole…

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A Famous Victory: Marlborough Laying It All On the Line at The Battle of Blenheim

312 years ago, a great battle was fought on the banks of the Danube River in southern Germany. At stake:…

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