Ten Veteran Lessons for Every Day: An Epilogue
I have completed the first edition of Ten Veteran Lessons for Every Day, and hope that it blesses you and those you influence. The lessons were learned in peacetime settings, in wartime settings, through good fortune, and through hard lessons. They were drawn from good people I respect, leaders I admire, and from poor “leaders” from whom I also received valuable lessons of what not to do in life and when in critical positions of leadership or influence.
These lessons are bulletproof. They edify good leaders, turning them into great ones, and strengthen those who are still learning the ropes and maturing; however, they are of little use if only read, and not adhered to. Without further ado, here are the lessons:
VIII. Delegate Effectively
Spread these lessons far and wide. They are integral to the future of freedom-loving societies and are timeless in nature. We will overcome all obstacles if we develop leaders who can create new leaders by the way they wield moral authority. Be on the lookout for the audio version of these lessons.