THE ONE THAT PRUDENTLY STARTED IT ALL! Analyzing a number of recent egregious events, the 20/20 Prudent Leadership Booklet Series provides readers thought-provoking reflection to analyze their own decision-making process in accordance to values and beliefs and risk tolerance. Personal values and beliefs are powerful influences in decision-making. This first booklet in the series, Your Values Leading to Prudent Decision-Making for Work/Life Success, provides a self-help approach for identifying personal values and beliefs to improve decision making and quality life experiences. It includes engaging illustrations and a companion website, PrudentLeadership.com to advance personal and professional success. Prudent decision-making is centered at the core of individual values and beliefs. Likewise, the concept of an atom, at the core of human physiology, is used to explain different values and beliefs shaped by the diversity of life experiences, culture, religion, and social norms of acceptability to show how one’s prudence can be another’s provocation. The 2020s are upon us. We live, work, and play in a complicated techno-social-political climate where critical decisions are no longer made in hours, but in minutes or seconds from inception….Let the 20/20 Prudent Leadership Booklet Series help you – when you need it most.
TR's famous quote: “Do what you can with what you have and where you are at.”
1903 First Federal Bird Preservation, Pelican Island, Florida
1904 Sherman Anti-Trust Act, Aligns with TR and his belief in the necessity of trust-busting
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1898 TR appointed lieutenant colonel of First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment – aka “Rough Riders"
Personal freedom is a core tenet of the 20/20 Prudent Leadership Booklet Series, which provides readers thought-provoking reflection to analyze their own decision-making process in accordance to values and beliefs and risk tolerance. Personal values and beliefs are powerful influences in decision-making. This second booklet in the series, Conversation, Conduct, Character, & COVID-19, provides a self-help approach for personal authenticity, that is, being true to self during turbulent times to improve decision making and quality life experiences. It includes engaging illustrations and a companion website, PrudentLeadership.com to advance personal and professional success. We stand poised to experience a new type of freedom, but one based solely on our ability to be healthy, both physically and mentally. All the while, however, we must continue to assess the risk of every self-leadership decision we make for ourselves, our significant others, and for the humanity of those around us. Indeed, we have entered new and unchartered territory. Although Theodore Roosevelt (26th U.S. President) chartered the many unknowns of his first African Safari and when he mapped the River of Doubt, he never faced a 21st Century pandemic. But from a young boy who suffered with asthma, he worked hard to keep it in check every day. We believe that TR would prudently use every decision-making tool to stay healthy and productive through the COVID-19 pandemic. He would continue to live by his own indelible words, “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are at.” Now let us pause for a reinvigorating look at The Three Cs plus one. For TR would agree while health is the new wealth, prudence is the currency of choice we can all bank on!
1902 TR signed legislation making Crater Lake America's 6th National Park.
The most important person to know is yourself. Yet, one of the most perplexing questions of life consists of three simple words: Who Am I? There are so many identities and roles we pick up on along life's journey - mother, father, husband, wife, baseball player, engineer, nurse, doctor, accountant, etc. The list of identities can be quite lengthy. This third booklet in the series, Who Am I, provides a self-help approach to defining self and improving decision making for personal authenticity in an ever-changing world. It includes engaging illustrations and a companion website, PrudentLeadership.com to advance personal and professional success. It uses many scenario-based examples to help the reader decide which version best fits with true self. Although Theodore Roosevelt (26th U.S. President) lived multifaceted experiences and wore many hats identifying him in specific roles, his gravestone is simply inscribed with his name, date of birth and death, followed by his wife's name and date of birth and death. On a separate stone in memorial is inscribed one of TR's famous sayings, "Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground." In contemplating the strenuous life of TR, we believe, as a young boy who suffered with asthma to a strong man, big game African Safari hunter and Amazon River of Doubt expeditioner, he routinely self-reflected on the perplexing question of who am I? This self-help book will inspire you to do the same.
This edition features Christian, Jewish, and Islamic perspectives on Who Am I as well as anecdotes on legendary home run king Babe Ruth and a little known Major League Baseball player named Moe Berg who spoke seven languages, was an attorney by trade, and a United States spy during World War II. Other examples include Mike Lindell of My Pillow fame, each of whom their identities are analyzed. A brief section from the Ethan Bean Mental Wellness Foundation includes mental health resources to assist anyone in crisis or those who want to find support for a specific condition hindering day-to-day challenges.
1880 Graduates from Harvard
1906 Cuban President Tomás Estrada Palma asks Roosevelt to send American troops to Cuba to quell a rebellion which arose from a disputed election
1901 Becomes 26th US President
1906 TR awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1908 Designated the Grand Canyon in Northwest Arizona a national monument.
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