This week’s post is a from current Command and General Staff College (CGSC) student at Fort Leavenworth, MAJ Tanya Leonard. In it she shares some of her unique experiences with mentorship and offers advice from her perspective on seeking out mentors. As I’ve seen it, mentorship is a common desire for all individuals who wish […]

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Summer is a time for reflection and renewal. Mindfulness and being present matters. The JOMO, or “joy of missing out”, is a way to disengage and reconnect with self. Reading is undoubtedly part of engaging a piece of you that usually gets tuned out, as studies have shown that reading lowers stress levels and helps […]

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Our blog this time around comes from a former Army Battalion Commander. LTC Bernard House was commissioned as a Field Artillery Officer from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff where he graduated as a Distinguished Military Graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. He also holds a Master of Arts in Management […]

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Part of mentorship is teaching and learning new skills. We mostly focus on skill building around mentorship, which builds personal wealth, but what about building the kills for actual wealth as well? Military members move a great deal over their careers and though most of us struggle with building the teams around us some more […]

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Our post is from a guest post from Chevy’s former Command and General Staff small group instructor, Mr. Brook Allen, Assistant Professor, Department of Joint, Interagency, and Multinational Operations. His posts asks us to take time to do some internal reflection in the pursuit of self-discovery.  Have you been counseled to “go look at yourself […]

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This blog that you are reading is a by-product of the new technology that has empowered citizens around the world in the 21st century. From the “Ice Bucket Challenge” to ISIS, the diffusion of global telecommunications has radically changed the world – and it’s far from done. We’re still only learning the initial lessons about […]

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Our post this week comes from CPT Roland Pitts, an Adjutant General (AG) officer stationed in Korea as a Battalion S1/Adjutant. He takes the time to reflect upon his time as an ROTC cadet and a lesson he learned through land navigation that he now relates to mentorship. Do you have a similar story? How […]

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#ABookAMonth 2018

Global literacy rates are at an all time high, eclipsing 85%. However, for the first time in recent history, adult reading is less than half of the population – while we have increased our overall capacity to read, we make the conscious choice not to do so. Bibliophiles are less prevalent than social media personalities; […]

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“Continue westward through the forest and keep the lake on your right. As you arrive at the far side of the lake, look up to the ridge and find the saddle which you will need to cross over to reach the next valley. The hike up is steep and strenuous, but the path is well-worn.” […]

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This is the second part from MAJ Terron Wharton (see his four part series on the overlooked mentors: Establishing Character, Growing Platoon Leader Competence, Developing a Commander’s Judgement and Tying It All Together). This blog presents us with final thoughts on the idea of becoming multilingual, or multifaceted, in order to better understand our profession. Becoming a Polyglot Learning and developing a keen understanding of Army languages is a […]

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