You’ve probably once read that at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the fighting of WW1 ended in 1918. The significance of the sacrifice made in “The War to End All Wars” was apparent to all and this day became known as “Armistice Day,” on which we are to honor the service of all the veterans of that war. In 1954, it was renamed Veterans Day.
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As we enter into Memorial Day weekend, I would like to offer a short message for everyone to pause and reflect upon. While Memorial Day may seem like just an extra day off from work or reason to BBQ, for me and many other veterans, it’s a solemn and revered holiday to remember the fallen brothers and sisters with whom we once served.
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In yesterday’s post, our VP of Sales David Wilding shared his personal highlights from the Global Leadership Summit. While he and I found something of value in just about every presentation at the summit (which was the second I’ve attended), three different speakers really stood out to me.