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Dan Quiggle

A Lifetime of Leadership

Richard Carr has made a life of being a leader and training, mentoring, and empowering other leaders. Richard is West Point graduate; took over his family company, Car Paper Company, upon completion of his service in the United States Army; started another complimentary company Sentinel Container; earned an MBA from Pepperdine University (go Waves!); and through a joint program with Pepperdine University, Richard found Vistage Worldwide.

3 Ways to Expand Leadership

Leadership isn’t just a theory, it’s an action. You take action and you empower others to take action.

Get an Extra Special Dose of Leadership 

Richard Rierson has over 25 years of real world, practical leadership experience as a United States Marine Corps Officer, Corporate Executive, Professional Aviator, Entrepreneur, and host of Dose of Leadership. Richard is manically passionate about leadership. And in his interview on my leadership podcast, you get an special dose of leadership. 

Two Roadblocks on the Path of Legacy Leadership

There is an African proverb that says, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”

This is certainly a truism in leadership.

Two Leadership Traits I Learned from President Reagan

President Reagan gave me the gift of a lifetime—the opportunity to start my professional career in his post-presidential office. In President Reagan’s post-Presidential office I had a front row seat to history. More importantly I learned what real leadership looks like, behind the scenes. Politics aside, President Reagan was one of the most gifted leaders the world has known in a generation. 

When Protocol & Pyramids Cause CEO Disease

You want to be a legacy leader—a leader of real influence—then beware of protocol and pyramids.

3 Ways Leaders Can Win Hearts and Influence People

Do you refuse to be wrong? Do you get a lump in your throat, slightly sweaty palms, or assume a certain pious, entitled disposition at the very mention of admitting you're wrong?

Honestly think about it . . .

The Leadership to Deliver Smiles

During my keynote speeches and leadership workshops, I coach CEOs and leaders at all levels through a tool called The Quiggle Assessment. There are a handful of dimensions to this tool though one reason I use The Quiggle Assessment is help leaders communicate with immediate impact.

Are You a Self-Aware Leader? Get a Quick Two-Step Checkup

The root cause of CEO Disease is a lack of self-awareness.

Who's In Your Kitchen Cabinet?

While in the White House, President Reagan obviously had a Presidential Cabinet: Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, Secretary of Education, etc.

In addition to his Presidential Cabinet, President Reagan had what he affectionately called his Kitchen Cabinet. His Kitchen Cabinet was a group of friends and advisers he counted on for three things: