Tony Sanneh made me feel like royalty: he talked of scoring a winning World Cup goal, and addressing the United Nations.
A local Fox news station covered the event, featuring speaker Tony Sanneh. And since the “quitting my job in embarrassment” column, people all across the land asked how they could get involved in the Goodness movement. Donations came from California to Illinois. Inquiries about the Good Leadership Breakfast Series came from Austin, Texas, San Francisco and elsewhere. As I watched this whole thing swell to a new level, I knew we were finishing Chapter 1.
The next chapter starts with middle age: the day after the breakfast Melinda and I celebrated 28 years of marriage. With two college graduates and one child in her first year, I’m feeling 51 years young! It’s the story of good leaders, working together with good intentions to make great things possible!
My spirit is inspired by authors, coaches and speakers who are vital and in demand into their late 70s. The Seven Fs© and the Cornerstones of Goodness© are powerful, magnetic, world-class ideas that need spreading. Could I do this for 25 more years?
Good Leadership Breakfast: November 21