Our Website Managers are saying ...

5 ways to fix a bad boss

Everyone has a story about a bad boss ruining a good company. If you want to know how to fix a bad boss – the best advice is to let the situation fix itself. Incompetence, aggression and not getting along nearly always ends with a bad boss departing and new rules put in place to prevent it from happening again. We all want Transformational Leadership and are amazed when jerks have success leading companies. But exceptions to the rules will always be the excuse for bad behavior and incompetence.

1. Fix a bad boss the way of a bad President

Fix a Bad BossDepending on whom you ask, many of our past Presidents of the United States (POTUS) were bad bosses. Many believe Donald Trump to be...

SC's sham bills are duping voters and wasting our time

What are sham bills?

In South Carolina we have politicians proposing legislation that implies that the impossible is possible. Sham bills are for showboating and making a point to waste the time of the South Carolina State Legislature. Politicians are introducing these sham bills and the media responds with shocking headlines meant to garner clicks without effecting real change or advancing constructive dialogue. DOWNLOAD PODCAST The most recent sham bill seeking "to prohibit the state from respecting, endorsing, or recognizing any parody marriage" may garner backslapping appreciation from political wonks, but voters are growing tired of this liberal waste of time at our expense.

The six sham politicians purloined the Parody Marriage sham bill from Wyoming legislators who recently proposed the same bill.

Sham LegislationSouth Carolina's State House representatives who have sponsored the...

How to argue with manners

I was trying to argue with manners during a panel forum when my mic stopped working. “Is the mic working? Can you hear me in the back?” I asked loudly. Someone in the back of the room screamed at the top of his voice, "I can't hear you talk!" At which time a lady in the front row piped up, "Hey fella, that's perfect! Let's switch seats now." A great communicator's success, to a large degree, comes from an ability to argue with manners and without causing undue fatigue or frustration to those participating. The level of persistent disagreement around public policy today is disheartening but unlikely to abate. The constant vitriol is creating problems and enormous challenges in our communities – challenges that are disruptive to business, stable government, safety and to civil order. But in...

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close